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Today's News - Thursday, November 29, 2007

We lose the voice who brought social science into the heart of architectural education and practice. -- Exasperated by developers who preach green then do the opposite, a California city looks to define, enforce eco-building practices. -- India dealing with green rating problems. -- Malta's architects setting out a road map for the built and rural environment. -- Australian theaters taking on the green challenge. -- Big plans for Liverpool's historic Hope Street. -- 3XN boss minces no words about National Museum of Liverpool. -- Gardner finds NYC's Hudson Yards plans (mostly) "dispiriting." -- Hawthorne saddened that an L.A. sports landmark risks becoming a crumbling relic. -- Architects are obsessed with creating openness in research buildings (but many researchers aren't so thrilled). -- Lewis on architectural hubris and MIT's Stata. -- King gives thumbs-up to a new Saitowitz project "understands its place - and what that place can become." -- Two controversial projects in Bath, U.K., win approval (though one called "a return to the dumbed-down municipal architecture" of the '60s). -- Make wins Olympic Handball competition. -- A look at Adjaye's "inky new house" in London. -- Kahn's plans for FDR memorial dusted off (again), but some claim it's "more a memorial to its architect than to FDR." -- Livable communities win awards.

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