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Today's News - Tuesday, March 18, 2008

We lose a master of embassy design. -- Koolhaas wins Commonwealth Institute makeover. -- Eco-density debate in Vancouver rages on (even a starchitect can get it wrong). -- Wilkinson and Dyson mince no words ("Planners suck") over council foot-dragging in academy plans. -- More than bike racks will be needed as BREEAM toughens up its act. -- Bluegrass state getting greener (a bit too slowly for some). -- In Chicago, a conceptual art project for living green. -- Kamin on Wrigley Field: how protected (or not) is it? -- King talks to ever-the-diplomat Gluckman about Presidio museum challenges. -- Q&A with Bancroft about bulldozing of his Pimlico school: "I suppose it's not the end of the world." -- Ouroussoff offers an eyeful of a Spanish architect who finds poetry in technology. -- A British bricklayer invents something better than sandbags to protect against flooding. -- Lots of calls for entries: A new urban neighborhood for Ho Chi Minh City. -- An adaptable architecture gallery for London. -- LEAF Awards. -- Ideas for Robin Hood Gardens revival. -- Ashes to Art competition.

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