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Today's News - Friday, January 4, 2008

A look at some of the world's grandest plans. -- Survey shows people still think building green is expensive. -- Tornado-ravaged Greensburg, Kansas, to rebuild a la LEED Platinum. -- Duany talks about the changing American lifestyle. -- Several takes on sustainability - of services and cities. -- Gigantic plan for Brisbane riverfront causes not a little outrage. -- And yet more on Foster's Crystal Island in Moscow. -- Hong Kong begins to mull preservation issues. -- Sad news to us: Bucky Dome demolished in Baton Rouge. -- On-again/off-again Birmingham Library competition is on again. -- Pearman hopes the sweet smell of success will bloom in Shakespeare's new Rose theater. -- King offers some "snappy updates" to headline-grabbing San Francisco projects (will We the People ever have access to new federal building?). -- A "monastic, no-star" hotel for Dublin (could be the start of a trend?). -- FOA gets thumbs-up for huge London scheme. -- A spec house offers "subversive design" underground. -- Kamin profiles Ronan. -- An appreciation for Sottsass. -- Weekend diversions: "Berlin/New York Dialogues" in NYC offers lessons for each. -- "Sustainable Healthcare Architecture" is a must-read even if you don't design hospitals.

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