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Today’s News - Thursday, November 20, 2008

•   AIA bad news/good news: billings index hits all-time low; but green index shows growing use of green design.

•   SOM and RPI collaborate on the Center for Architecture Science and Ecology.

•   Hume on the "gaggle of globe-trotting architects" hired to design Toronto subway stations; and a bit more about the ones he doesn't talk about.

•   University at Buffalo unveils a major component of UB 2020 plans to reconfigure its campuses.

•   A Hartford elementary school is first in city to go for LEED Gold.

•   Fentress unveils big plans for LAX.

•   Miami's Vizcaya gets $50 million to restore the landmark's luster.

•   Farrell adds a third design guru hat to his rack.

•   Saarinen's young turks, now stars in their own right, recall what lessons they brought to their own careers (great pix!).

•   A Tel Aviv architect has a full plate (some not without controversy).

•   Q&A with Majora Carter on what asset-based development means for urban environments.

•   Wainwright tools around with Bauman, the "happy architect": she's "on a mission to make cities more loveable, and says "fiddlesticks to fear of the recession."

•   Kansas architecture students haul their oh-so-green prefab arts center across the state to a tornado-ravaged Greensburg.

•   Vancouver architecture students find no takers for their ingenious (and affordable) houses for homeless.

•   Students (and a conference) bring agriculture and architecture together.

•   2008 National Award for Smart Growth Achievement impress (lots of pix; too bad no mention of planning/design teams).


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