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Today’s News - Friday, March 13, 2009

•   Q&A with Public Architecture co-founders John Peterson and John Cary.

•   Irish judge rules integrity of planning process a "vital national interest" - bad planning decisions "sentence generations to live with the consequences" (can we clone him?).

•   Some interesting results of a "unique social experiment" for improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions.

•   The Warhol economy: urban policymakers would be wise to pay attention.

•   Architecture students have a hand in new heritage center in the Ozarks.

•   Help wanted: Mayors' Institute on City Design seeks director.

•   A Scottish firm makes its mark on the island Skye.

•   Heathcote's take on Corbu's "obsession" with Eileen Gray's villa, and his "cabanon, a retreat or hut of the most elemental kind."

•   Grand Rapids scales down and goes local for Saarinen exhibition.

•   Lautner crosses the ocean to light up The Lighthouse in Glasgow.

•   "Birth of the Cool" lands in Austin: it "strikes a chord, one that is more far-ranging than in-depth, but very cool."

•   Barcelona takes a long look at Rogers & company.

•   Architects and landscape architects design "memory boxes" to explore places of refuge for black travelers during segregation.

•   Page turners: '"Beyond the Bubble": Japanese architecture should not a be a model for the U.S. -A "groundbreaking book" claims "equitable societies are better for everyone."

•   We couldn't resist: NYT circa 1992: "Recession Is Ravaging Architectural Firms." - Sears Tower renamed for new tenant (but we wonder if anyone really use new name).

•   EDITOR'S NOTE: We're outta here early - to catch the Lieb House sail under the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise - happy Friday the 13th!



  


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