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Today's News - Thursday, July 10, 2008

-- Leinberger sees the 'burbs as the next slums.
-- Kotkin says don't bet on it: the "pain in suburbia" is not "a silver lining for urban revival."
-- Paris mayor wants to see the skyline go higher.
-- London mayor ditches London Plan for "Planning for a Better London" with lower affordable housing goals but higher skyline.
-- The Queen of Harlem Real Estate sparks a heated debate: whose Harlem is it?
-- Vancouver landscape architects help shape the city - but fly under the radar.
-- AIA offers report (and support): counties with green building programs have increased almost 500% since 2003.
-- Research continues to make tall buildings safe for birds.
-- An abandoned Toronto club transformed into oh-so-green townhouses.
-- Green light for world's first "eco-disco" (including power generated by dancing).
-- Sadly, Disney's new Innoventions Dream Home is "positively retrograde."
-- Rosenbaum on Ando's adventure in Williamstown - plus "some of the quirky stuff" that went on at the ribbon-cutting ceremony (umbrellas included).
-- More on Gehry's Serpentine: "one of the starriest and worst paid commissions in the arts world."
-- Three climbers later, NYT HQ alters its façade.
-- "Ugly duckling" developments make an Australian city the "unofficial home of 'wacky' buildings."
-- Not all are impressed with Atlanta's Millennium Gate.
-- How NYC buildings get their monikers (and why they're starting to sound the same).
-- Q&A with Cameron Sinclair about the difference between design and design for good.
-- Philippe Starck on design and politics: "I am here to dynamite the existing system of the majors and the stars that go along with it. So I am here once more to dynamite myself."
-- Winners all: An eyeful of the 2008 Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Architecture Awards. -- 2008 Brick In Architecture Awards. -- "Concrete Thinking for A Sustainable World" student competition.
Editor's note: Our heartiest congratulations to Lisa Rochon (one of our faves) on receiving the RAIC 2008 President's Award in Architectural Journalism.

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