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Today’s News - Friday, September 25, 2009

•   An in-depth look at why and how we can adapt to climate change as we try to avert it (things will never be the same no matter what).

•   A call to teach children planning in schools to "create a solid generation of planning participants."

•   Kamin gives thumbs-up and thumbs-down to Trump's new Chicago tower: it "meets the ground superbly and touches the sky weakly."

•   Saffron does the same for Drexel's new dorm in Philadelphia: it's "conceived with no shortage of brio," but has its flaws.

•   Pogrebin visits the "transparent new home" for Poets House in NYC.

•   Moneo x 3 tall towers in the heart of Beirut.

•   Lin "unearths the hidden virtues of the banal burrow" that is now the Museum of Chinese in America.

•   Bristol spends big bucks to rebrand its museum - with its original name (taxpayers are none too happy).

•   AIA Fort Worth's new Center for Architecture will change the chapter's "years of being reclusive to the point of near invisibility" in the community.

•   Baillieu and Spring celebrate and pay tribute to the legacy of Monica Pidgeon.

•   2009 Curry Stone Design Prize winner and finalists lauded "for improving people's lives and the state of the world" (great presentation).

•   PNC completes the largest green living wall in the U.S. (it looks great - let's hope it stays that way!).

•   Weekend diversions:

•   Brussat finds the book of his dreams in Millais's "Exploding the Myths of Modern Architecture": it is "perhaps the fullest account of how modern architecture has survived dysfunction, dishonesty, ugliness and unpopularity."

•   Khoury says he's had enough with Western perceptions that have pigeonholed Arab artists into creating "war art" by creating his own.

•   "Toward the Sentient City" in NYC explores what a "smart" city might look like and how it could work.

•   Bernstein ventures to Yale for "The Green House": it succeeds in showing that green can look good, but the focus on aesthetics "is both a strength and a limitation."

•   "The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners" at the Nasher in Dallas offers "a marvelous trip through many idealized fantasy worlds" (and an actual life-size Foster creation is about to open just two blocks away).

•   In San Diego, "Automatic Cities" explores the "psychological and metaphorical influence of architecture on contemporary visual art."

•   In Ghent, "Designing Together" highlights cooperation between architect and engineer.

•   Call for votes: Cooper-Hewitt's 2009 People's Design Award (or nominate your own pick).



  


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