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Today's News - Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Rybczynski muses on why the Pritzker goes to one architect when architecture is a team sport. -- Even with the "frenetic pace that threatens to eclipse Dubai's," the new Beijing may not be the best thing for China. -- The West Side Rail Yards carries the ghost of Robert Moses - what might NYC lose? -- The slugfest continues over museum plans for San Francisco's Presidio. -- Calatrava's Jerusalem bridge continues to be "an object of contention." -- Farrelly on fairy floss and the "pretty stories" spinning around Sydney's 2030 visions. -- Maybe things will be better as two Pritzker winners head down-under. -- New urbanism takes a step forward in Charlotte, NC. -- Hume on a new crown jewel rising in Don Mills that is "a complex of rare beauty." -- King finds a small project one of the "most intriguing" buildings going up in San Francisco. -- Lake|Flato's LEED Platinum oasis in East Texas. -- RTKL wins Beijing museum expansion. -- Up's and down's for public art: How can cities measure the success of public art projects? -- Heatherwick's B of the Bang in Manchester loses more spikes. -- Hopes to turn Sheffield's Tinsley towers into public art are crushed (video is very cool). -- Winners all: AIA picks 10 communities for its Sustainable Design Assessment Team program. -- Eyefuls of the BusinessWeek/Architectural Record China Awards and Record Houses awards. -- Ontario Association of Architects honors design excellence. -- Green makes the ultimate impact in the Dulux Colour Awards.

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