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Today’s News - Tuesday, August 26, 2008

•   Weinstein reviews an "audacious book...get ready to do a NeoHooDoo shimmy."

•   More lessons from Beijing: bigger isn′t always better. - Some impressive green innovations "will be a hard act to follow."

•   New study shows an up-tick in campuses integrating sustainability into operations (but there′s still room for improvement).

•   NIMBYists moving from their own backyards to become NOPEs (Not On Planet Earth).

•   Becker on the sad state of Chicago Place and plans to "de-mall" the mall.

•   Saffron on the sad state of selling Philly′s skyline to corporate signage.

•   Johannesburg moving ahead with J′Town, a Jozi-style development.

•   An eyeful of Foster′s master plan to turn Moscow′s Pushkin Museum into a vibrant cultural quarter.

•   How could we resist: UFO museum landing in Roswell (pix to prove it).

•   Gunts finds new campus building in Baltimore to be "unusual, unpredictable, exciting."

•   Q&A with Nouvel: he wanted to be a sculptor.

•   A conversation with Ho-Am Prize winner Kyu Sung Woo.

•   A very longggg conversation with David Fisher about changing the Dubai skyline and challenging post-9/11 gloom.

•   Kathryn Dean named director of Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design.

•   Calls for entries: 30th Annual Interiors Awards. - interPLAY Cleveland Design Competition. - English Heritage on the hunt for Stonehenge architect - again.

•   Another we couldn′t resist: an eyeful of Neutra′s Maxwell House on the move along Sunset Boulevard.



  


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