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Today's News - Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Architecture 2030 releases a study showing how solving climate change can save a bundle and boost the economy. -- British civil engineers feel left out in the cold in eco-town developments. -- But they are taking a central role in security design. -- Sardar reports on two conferences re: whether going green can incorporate luxury, and the export of bad design. -- KSU architecture students lend a hand to Greensburg, KS, in rebuilding green. -- Calatrava does his own value engineering on WTC transit hub (we hope that's good news). -- Following Western designs leaves Lahore's architecture flawed. -- Who decides what makes a house a McMansion? -- Part 2 of Filler's new museum ratings - today, the worst. -- A stellar team to redesign the redesign New Covent Garden. -- China's Olympic architecture gets the National Geographic treatment. -- Good news/bad news for U.K.'s "most exciting housing scheme"? -- FAT wins flagship gateway. -- Huge parks follow demand for more green space. -- Five architects who are redefining modern architecture. -- Gehry's (humorous) sour grapes: "Cities are filled with bad buildings and nobody complains. But if I do a building, there's all sorts of protests." -- Graves is glad to (finally) be building in his own home town. -- Forget architecture as frozen music; Polshek says it's "closer to frozen custard." -- Glancey offers an amusing review of architects' fashion sense. -- An exhaustive review of Weizman's "Hollow Land." -- Fitting all the pieces together in Eiffel Tower flap.

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