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Today's News - Thursday, January 3, 2008

Can LEED get beyond its faulty check-list mentality? -- Russell lauds young architects and non-profits leading the way to renewal in New Orleans. -- Good design beginning to take hold in affordable housing. -- Ouroussoff is concerned by Niemeyer's tinkering with his own masterpieces. -- Tel Aviv's growing appreciation of its historic buildings. -- A growing movement to preserve Lutyens' New Delhi. -- Maggie's Centres as "Britain's best patron of new architecture." -- Coming soon: "tower of tomorrow" that will do "everything a tree can do except replicate." -- Leeds in line to get Europe's tallest residential tower. -- Gazprom tower plans continue to rile. -- Only a year late: Auckland Art Gallery wins second battle over modern addition (the fight may not be over). -- Gardner finds "geek chic" on Bond Street, and a new bank building that perplexes. -- Bernstein rediscovers a "heroine of Chicago architecture." -- A review of last year's top planning issues. -- Glancey looks forward to the new year. -- In "Architecture of the Absurd," Silber "sets a standard for arrogance far exceeding that of his subjects." -- Calls for entries we couldn't resist: Back-of-the-Envelope Bush Library Design Contest and DWR Champagne Chair Contest.

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