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Today's News - Tuesday, July 8, 2008

-- Words That Build Tip #4: See your writing as a navigational aid for your clients.
-- We lose Giancarlo Ius, who might have been new UIA president.
-- It's good news/bad news for Modernism: Berlin's Modernist social housing wins World Heritage status.
-- Buckhead library safe from wrecking ball.
-- Pringle wants to rebuild London's "lost icon," the Skylon (lots of reports; we chose one with fab archival footage).
-- The first biennial WMF/ Knoll Modernism Prize for the restoration of a 1930 trade union school in Germany.
-- Kamin wonders if sleuths who claim to have found 29 "undiscovered" Wright homes are right.
-- Architects plea to save four Modernist schools in New Orleans.
-- A last-ditch effort to save Rudolph's Riverview High.
-- A California architect on the warpath to save Neutra's Mariners Medical Arts complex from the wrecking ball.
-- BD remains on the warpath re: Robin Hood Gardens: refusal to list shows "contempt for architects."
-- Russell says revised plans for the High Line's airborne garden show some savvy design aspirations.
-- Voelz Chandler on a long-empty Colorado town getting a second chance at life.
-- CABE head minces no words re: the importance of good design: only about 5% of new housing is really good.
-- Woodman minces no words re: Alsop's The Public: "a work of tyrannical spatial specificity" and a public liability.
-- Pearman and colleagues focus totally on Chipperfield, the U.K.'s "best-kept architectural secret."
-- Predock wins 2008 Barrier-Free America Award for Milwaukee school.
-- Call for entries: 2009 Delta Cup-International Solar Building Design Competition, and "Designing the 21st Century Street."

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