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Today's News - Thursday, May 22, 2008

-- Architects and engineers in China condemn "tofu buildings."
-- An in-depth look at how Haifa found itself in a "liquidation sale."
-- Brussat says "thinking small might be more lucrative than thinking large" when planning for Providence's new Old Harbor District.
-- He applauds three European mayors who have "taken brave stands against modern architecture."
-- Russia bitten by museum but, but perhaps not such a good thing.
-- Rogers says U.K. eco-town plans are a big mistake.
-- Public input sought for revamped LEED 2009.
-- Providence's first Sustainable Housing Design competition includes an incentive system to encourage developers to use the designs.
-- Szenasy on design competitions that reach for relevance.
-- Fenway Park green renovation is batting a thousand.
-- Wildlife groups trying to trump Trump's £1bn Scottish golf scheme.
-- Saffron challenges Philly to save Boyd Theater.
-- Hadid's "Lilium Tower" for Warsaw.
-- An eyeful of Asymptote's tower in Abu Dhabi.
-- Vinoly designs NYC's first green police station.
-- Perkins+Will tapped for $1 billion NYC police academy.
-- Rybczynski waxes poetic about symmetry.
-- Anderton talks to the pro's about how new technologies are changing our lives, and how designers can help.
-- Q&A with OMA's de Graaf on the Delft University fire, his plans for the Commonwealth Institute and why Boris is good news for White City.
-- Šrámková is the "first woman of Czech architecture."

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