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Today's News - Wednesday, May 28, 2008

-- Britain's plan for a 21st-century town to be "built around a temple to turbo-consumerism" (a.k.a. a mall).
-- Hume on the bleakness of auto-centric Scarborough.
-- U.K. Housing Associations told to buy cheap not green.
-- Speck speculates about campuses as "petting zoos" for starchitects.
-- The evolution of blobitechture.
-- German critics trounce the new U.S. Embassy in Berlin.
-- Nouvel's Paris tower: lots of reports - we picked the one with lots of pix and his powerpoint presentation.
-- WORKac goes to work for Clark.
-- Q&A with Ashai about why Dubai is the hub of architecture.
-- Recycling London's Olympic stadium to Chicago not likely.
-- U.K. plans to toughen up planning rules near World Heritage sites.
-- In Palm Beach, another mid-century home faces demolition to make way for a "new British Colonial style residence" (oh joy).
-- Toronto developer is most generous to U of T's Department of Architecture, Landscape & Design.
-- The "wow" factor in the AIA Wisconsin architecture awards (including our fave, Whitney Gould).
-- Venice Biennale news: Menking to oversee U.S. exhibition (bravo, Bill!). -- "Abundant" theme to show off Australia's "precocious culture of architecture."
-- Call for entries: a Park(ing) Day-style competition for London Festival of Architecture.
-- New U.S. stamps commemorate Eames.

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