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Today's News - Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Report from SmartGeometry Conference: Parametric design is set to revolutionize the way buildings are designed and built. -- Hadid is victorious in Vilnius (an eyeful of all 3 contenders; Fuksas will have to make do with Shenzhen Airport win). -- Who isn't designing for Next-Gene20 villas in Taiwan? (an eyeful here, too.) -- Foster's Zaryadye plan for Moscow hits a snag. -- Farrelly on the "gobbets of corrosion" in the body politic that's leaving "planning legislation looking like plate glass after a ram-raid." -- Heathcote visits Kaplicky to discuss his battle with bureaucracy in Prague. -- Campbell sheds new light on a pair of maligned projects in L.A. -- Glancey is in awe of the best bookstore in the world. -- McDonough and Piano get the full Vanity Fair treatment. -- Museums are sprouting green all over. -- LEED for Retail could have major impact on the retail building market. -- RAIC President Matsuzaki calls for real progress, not greenwashing. -- Zandberg on a Bauhaus kiosk in Tel Aviv (and bemoans there's no real museum). -- A "radical concept" in the works for new performing arts center in Orlando (now all they need are the bucks). -- Hopes that a red glass hotel in Glasgow's city center will help the area emerge from the "doldrums." -- Hopes that Houston's new park will help change the city's self-image. -- Who's in charge of campus identity? -- Davidson offers 40 years of NYC architecture: "we just don't live in a design-poor city."

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