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Today’s News - Thursday, September 4, 2008

•   Sparks fly over restoration of historic Delhi hub, and developers eye Lutyens' Delhi.

•   A Times Square look for Piazza San Marco? (sparks fly there, too).

•   Zandberg delves into what's behind Israel's entry for the Venice Biennale: it's more than just "Additions."

•   Kamin hears good news re: Saarinen's Miller House in Columbus, Indiana.

•   Should Saarinen's American Embassy in London be listed? A yes, and a no.

•   An eyeful of Gehry's AGO.

•   Moscow to be home to the world's largest Jewish museum.

•   Toronto's Royal Conservatory of Music "is like a sexy librarian out on a date" (a good thing).

•   An eyeful of revised London's 2012 Olympic Stadium (not as green as hoped?).

•   Stern wins big at Yale: "traditional style to favor function over aesthetic pizzazz" for new residential colleges.

•   Is Collegiate Gothic the single worst thing that ever happened to campus architecture in America?

•   An in-depth look at methods to count carbon footprints of buildings.

•   A look at Osamu Ishiyama, "an outsider architect who tends to work for outsider clients."

•   India's 3rd Construction World Architect & Builders Awards winners announced.


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