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Today's News - Thursday, April 3, 2008

Should Western architects work in China: a yes and a no. -- The British mandate to design terror-proof buildings misses the mark: "Attempting to design a terror-proof building is the epitome of arrogance." -- Things are looking grim (again) for Grimshaw's Lower Manhattan transport hub. -- Kennicott is more than a bit disappointed in Washington's new stadium: "It didn't have to be this way." -- More on Sheffield's Tinsley towers: be wary of turning them into public art. -- New lighting for U.S. Capitol dome ignites partisan bickering. -- Dancing skyscrapers in the UAE are good for business. -- The architects giving Europe a face. -- Transforming dumps into lucrative properties is a growing trend. -- An industrial south Wales heritage site tells the world why it matters. -- Hume on recycling historic buildings. -- An architecture dean who is a would-be revivalist - and succeeding. -- Foster talks about his green agenda. -- Bernstein talks to green renovation experts; and visits a house that's a turning point in the architects' "campaign to defeat mortality." -- Heatherwick wows them at Yale. -- We couldn't resist: eyefuls of architectural monsters. -- UIA conference heads to Abu Dhabi. -- How to Turn a Place Around session coming up in NYC.

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