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Today’s News - Wednesday, May 13, 2009

•   Rybczynski and others try to answer the question: is a car-free America a realistic goal?

•   Atlanta Symphony Orchestra may not get a Calatrava after all, though he "will be invited to participate" in new site design (will he or won't he? not even his press agent knows for sure).

•   Hill ponders "there has to be a better way" to rejuvenate London's poorer neighborhoods than building "freakish towers of luxury flats."

•   Huxtable hails Ranalli's Brooklyn community center that "manages to break just about every deadly rule of conventional public building design...This is, in sum, real architecture"; revisit ANN's feature about the project (with lots of pix).

•   An affordable housing in the Bronx is out to prove that eco-friendly construction can be cost-effective.

•   Another saga in the Bronx suggests role for architects in securing stimulus funds.

•   Dyckhoff, Glancey, Moore, and more: as we expected, the pundits have chimed in re: Prince Charles's RIBA speech (worth spending some time on this one).

•   Mori takes on Breuer (and Docomomo).

•   Time's Green Design 100 includes lots of design.



  


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