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Today’s News - Thursday, November 6, 2008

•   Holl wins Copenhagen Harbor competition.

•   Rogers bags second Manhattan tower (we think).

•   Foster loses out to "more hotel-orientated" Conran.

•   Perrault's cupola for Mariinsky Theatre axed because "an expert has revealed 400 errors in it."

•   Istanbul to host Europe's highest skyscraper.

•   University of Sydney park proposal called a land grab, and "a "'pedantic' and 'spurious' definition of what constituted open space."

•   An environmental psychologist studying architecture's impact on academic life calls for his field to be included in more architecture curriculums.

•   Two new NYC gardens "demonstrate how sustainable technologies can be incorporated into landscapes that are varied enough to fill many needs."

•   12 Seattle firms are breaking out of the "Northwest regionalism mold."

•   An in-depth look at MAD's Mongolian Private Meadow Club.

•   A temporary reprieve for Neutra's cyclorama.

•   Five shortlisted in the RIBA competition to design a flood-proof house.

•   10 Questions for Stuart Howitt: Is there a "Czech style" of architecture?

•   Daniell on Kazunari Sakamoto.

•   Calls for entries: Amelia Street Public Realm Design Competition for Elephant and Castle; and the 2009 Dulux Colour Awards for Australian-based projects.

•   2008 WFX Solomon Awards winners for church design (alas, not many architects credited).


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