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Today's News - Wednesday, June 11, 2008

-- Farrelly minces no words re: new planning legislation: a "wolf in sheep's clothing approach," so where's the outcry?
-- Trump remains bullish (and bullying?) re: his £1 billion plans for Scottish dunes (despite what his own experts advise - oops - he didn't read their reports - he doesn't do details).
-- A pretty beach meets housing bust and broken promises in NYC's Far Rockaway.
-- An Illinois town not "totally swallowed up by sprawl" is advised to "stay quaint."
-- An eyeful of plan that would save Rudolph's Riverview High School (but may be too late).
-- Architects and engineers gather forces to battle NYC's effort to downgrade the qualification requirements for buildings commissioner.
-- At Pasadena's Art Center College of Design, pro and con petitions percolate re: building plans.
-- FIU students' imaginations run wild in reimagining Miami's seaport and Havana's famous waterfront.
-- "Energy Tower": the newest eco-skyscraper - in Dubai (where else?).
-- Fuksas wins big in Shenzhen (not without some controversy).
-- OMA does mixed-use in Rotterdam.
-- Chipperfield tapped for Royal Academy project in Piccadilly.
-- One of the best takes on Eliasson's plans for NYC waterfalls (with lots of pix - they're "wonderfull").
-- Arch Record's Top 150 Firms (revenue-wise - everyone loves lists).
-- Rawsthorn on what makes good design: even if gorgeous, how good is it if it makes us feel guilty?
-- Hawthorne offers a humorous take on "buildering."

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