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Today's News - Thursday, December 6, 2007

Hawthorne says L.A.'s transit authority is on the wrong track with plans to install turnstiles. -- Dyson's engineering and design school plans in Bath get new supporters. -- New Toronto tower design is "underwhelming" despite high-powered review panel. -- An eyeful of proposals by six finalists in Birnbeck Island competition. -- Three Sisters scheme in Waterloo, London, leaves CABE "unconvinced." -- Brake's take on New Museum: its "unexpected toughness is appropriate." -- CNC fabrication builds bigger than ever. -- St Pancras: nice station despite the hype. -- Move over London Eye - Berlin's ferris wheel will be bigger (not all are pleased). -- Call for entries: Beijing solar power plant tower. -- Ai Weiwei weaving a gigantic spider web for Liverpool. -- Winners all: 2007 Design Exchange Awards. -- T'is the season: A serious review of gingerbread houses by Seattle architects. -- How to build an eco-gingerbread house. -- Polshek's Penny Lane for Common Cents.

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