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Today's News - Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Yudelson's take on competing green certification programs and why they will fail. -- Australian firms spreading their wings beyond Beijing Olympics. -- Just what poor Stonehenge: 480 trucks a day. -- Russell finds Denari's first Manhattan adventure "channels the inner beauty of the High Line and puts it in elegant vertical form." -- Hadid's "UFO" for Chanel lands in Hong Kong. -- Another take on LACMA: the interior is a winner, but exterior is "not as easy to love." -- In praise of skywalks (NYC should give them a shot). -- Airports, airports everywhere: RIBA Journal takes on Terminal 5, TWA at JFK, and an architect who says architects "have a social responsibility not to disengage from the genre." -- An eyeful of Foster's Beijing airport. -- Kaplan gives thumbs-up to plans for high-tech billboards in Downtown L.A. -- A salute to Colin St John Wilson and his British Library. -- King spends time with the architect behind Public Architecture and the 1% Solution (what's with the nasty reader comments?). -- Spotlight on two Toronto firms: one that goes 'where the fish are running"; and another that lives and breathes green. -- Call for entries: Center for Architecture Foundation scholarships. -- The scientific angles in MoMA's ""Design and the Elastic Mind." -- Christo and Jeanne-Claude documentary premieres tonight.

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