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Today's News - Thursday, April 10, 2008

Are ambitious NYC development plans looking iffy? -- They are for some British firms. -- Especially around Ground Zero. -- Meanwhile, 1 WTC façade tested to withstand real rumblings. -- Filler takes on Ouroussoff (this should start tongues wagging). -- Hawthorne on architecture's return to "another of its periodic bouts of fascination with impermanence." -- Brussat takes on architects "who look into their egos for inspiration" (but thumbs-up for a young firm who looks to the past). -- Q&A with a Vietnamese architect who calls for more open discussion when it comes to controversial developments in Hanoi. -- Charlottesville pedestrian mall a hit; now time to take on the side streets. -- Toronto subway station is a new landmark. -- A call for Mid East retailers to take sustainable design seriously. -- Calgary's pioneers in green architecture. -- Lots on Lautner. -- Bawa still inspiring Asian leisure architecture. -- An eyeful of 08 Skyscraper Competition winners. -- Dyson's Eye for Why Student Design Competition winners offer some great solutions. -- Calls for entries: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Sound Barrier Design Contest; Tent London's fast architecture competition; and Architectural Jelly Competition (how could we resist?).

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