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Today's News - Friday, February 22, 2008

Even with its "wonky" wheel, Boddy is ready to jump on Vancouver's EcoDensity tricycle and "peddle off" into what he hopes is the "long arcing pathway of sustainability." -- Move over BedZed; here comes Britain's first eco-suburb. -- Chicago team tapped for a mega-green project in Masdar City. -- CNU 2008 Charter Awards winners "serve as powerful examples for future development." -- Queens Botanical Garden sprouts LEED Platinum. - H&deM's Madrid museum opens (not much info, but great pix). -- AIA Dallas picks design for new Center for Architecture. -- Them's fightin' words: Jenkins calls architects "devils...who shouldn't be trusted with anything." -- "The prognosis for Wellington airport's redesign appears terminal." -- Lots of weekend diversions: Ouroussoff is left uplifted and almost breathless by MoMA's "Design and the Elastic Mind." -- Brit Insurance Designs of the Year at London's Design Museum is "hugely engaging," but Woodman wonders how the jury plans to pick. -- Dyckhoff makes his picks (slightly left-handedly). -- Walker Art Center puts the 'burbs in the spotlight. -- Kamin on two Chicago shows that offer local and global views. -- Pittsburgh's Heinz Architectural Center shows off green. -- Siegel on Silber: "Architecture of the Absurd" demonstrates "what's wrong with architecture today, but he fails to point us in a better direction." -- Heathcote on a tome about "interwar modernism's obsession with big windows, fresh air and terraces." -- How could we resist: Nouvel designs a perfume bottle: "It's very small architecture." -- Just what the world needs: a "man kitchen" by Porsche.

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