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Today’s News - Thursday, March 5, 2009

•   Is the green building market recession-proof? Maybe.

•   LEED is not the only path to sustainable development...the topic from three perspectives: environmentalism, design, and funding.

•   Why "green jobs" may not save the economy or the environment (but there's hope).

•   More on new seaside projects revitalizing some of U.K.'s coastal towns.

•   New Urbanists revive dead malls - is this the re-urbanization of the U.S.?

•   Another win for AHMM (and an eyeful of the contenders).

•   WTC tower plans slow down (not unexpected) - but will go ahead "albeit at a substantially slower rate than before."

•   Gehry's AGO springs some leaks - but no cause for concern - they'll be fixed come spring.

•   An eyeful of Portland's first new bridge in 30 years: a hybrid Brooklyn Bridge "but without stonework or Gothic arches."

•   Q&A with Hadid: "In these moments of recession, uplifting the spirit is even more important."

•   Glancey meets Paffard Keatinge-Clay, the 'Zelig' of modern architecture.

•   Oubrerie's Miller House stands as a landmark in history and modernism now a house museum and educational facility, and for the architect, "a dedication to all what makes architecture today."

•   A Denver couple share a museum - and its architect; for Adjaye, it's "a transitional point, almost like a full stop between two worlds" (great pix, too).

•   Viñoly's 2009 Research Grants awarded to 4 teams from 5 continents to explore the needs of communities under stress.

•   NYC's Lower East Side Tenement Museum honors 3 architects.

•   Kamin cheers Society of Architectural Historians' upcoming online journal; authors wanted.

•   Call for entries: Arch League's "New York Designs: Public" juried lecture series: how designers think about and define "public" today.


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