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Today's News - Friday, January 11, 2008

Modular and prefab moving from "the utopia to which it has been consigned" to mainstream. -- Instead of going nuclear, British architects design energy islands as a better answer. -- It seems Gazprom tower just might win over UNESCO (with some digital imagery). -- Boddy is all for housing the homeless, but what about affordability for a struggling creative class who "who will build tomorrow's economy"? -- Perhaps some solutions will come out of Bauhaus-Dessau Foundation's social housing design competition. -- Green mobile homes another possibility for long-term housing. -- Bird-friendly architecture gains LEED support as "form follows feathers" (finally!). -- Green gains in historic preservation as well (also a long time coming). -- Hawthorne's take on L.A.'s public plaza building binge: just how public are they? -- Becker bemoans the possible loss of one of Chicago's great public spaces. -- An outcry over CABE's plan to fund architecture centers: does it "penalize success" - and just what are the centers for? -- Glancey previews Terminal 5: it was worth the wait. -- Litt finds quest for good architecture in Cleveland is "contagious" - if only budget didn't get in the way of boldness. -- Thumbs-up for Liverpool's biggest-ever residential development. -- Big plans for health and social care center in White City. -- Why Stern is the "Ralph Lauren of Architecture." -- Weekend diversions: Noguchi Museum examines Japan's collision with Western Modernism. -- The dilemma of selecting 1001 buildings to see before you die.

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