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Today’s News - Wednesday, September 24, 2008

•   Terreform 1's Joachim is someone the next president should listen to re: how to reduce the ecological footprint of cities.

•   A childhood expert calls for better urban planning to create safer, greener spaces for children (and the rest of us, too?).

•   Q&A with a group investigating how the aesthetics of Black Diasporic culture "could influence and inspire architectural form making."

•   An eyeful of Snohetta's Ground Zero museum Dykers much prefers over what NYC issued.

•   Ouroussoff ogles Piano in San Francisco and finds "a comforting reminder of the civilizing function of great art in a barbaric age" (great slide show, too).

•   Nobel nestles into the primal power of Ando's Clark Art Institute and his "sublime use" of concrete.

•   Rensselaer's Empac is "a technological pleasure dome for the mind and senses."

•   Pearman chimes in on his not-so-grand adventure in Venice (but does find one "triumph").

•   The Basque health department building is Guggenheim Bilbao's new rival.

•   Kamin not at all pleased with Navy's plans to sink the Gunner's Mate School.

•   King offers better news for preservationists on a street in San Francisco.

•   A post-war prefab housing estate heading for landmark status?

•   British Council answers criticism by Alan Dunlop re: the London-centric British Pavilion at the Biennale.

•   2008 MacArthur "Genius" grants include a structural engineer/architectural preservationist and an urban farmer.

•   An eyeful White House Redux winners (your turn to vote).

•   A good reason to head to Santa Fe: UNESCO's International Conference on Creative Tourism.


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