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Today's News - Friday, March 14, 2008

An in-depth look at what NYC is planning (or not planning) when it comes to climate change and rising waters. -- Not all are pleased with the revival plans for some of Britain's historic piers. -- Waterfront Toronto taps Holl to design District Energy Centre. -- Hawthorne on LACMA's real estate adventures (is it the end of Govan's "charmed run" as a "serial builder and extender of museums"?). -- The Brits in a run to rebuild razed Chinese city, and mastermind a modern Paris. -- Qatar's new "stealth church" (a "sort of mosque-lite"?). -- Call for entries: design the ultimate bike rack for NYC. -- AIA announces 2008 Housing Award winners. -- Australia's Griffith University launches Master of Design Futures course. -- U.K.'s Prince's Foundation launches Fellowships in Sustainable Architecture and Urbanism. -- Weekend diversions: Pearman says "Modern Architecture between the Wars" is an "important alternative history of our towns and cities." -- "Forgotten Architects" profiles 43 German-Jewish architects "whose groundbreaking work is sadly forgotten." -- Kennicott reviews "The Last Wright," a film about FLW's only surviving hotel, and "The Green Dragon," about the "frantic efforts" to bring green design to China. -- Dyckhoff and Rawsthorn offer two different views of V&A's "China Design Now." -- Saffron surveys Acconci show in Philadelphia. -- We couldn't resist: a city comes alive to devour an SUV (its' an SUV commercial, so the city doesn't win - but watching it try is so worth a look). -- Call for nominations: America's Best Restroom Award (they're not kidding).

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