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Today’s News - Wednesday, January 26, 2011

•   Science + design = "genetic architecture" that could "bridge the gap between biology, artificial intelligence, and architecture" - an "architecture of possible worlds." + What if biology was at the foundation of design teaching?

•   Auburn University's Urban Studio students have a hand in a new vision for creating a design-centered district in Birmingham, Alabama.

•   San Diego architects offer "a bold new vision" for their own neighborhood.

•   New life for vacant Brooklyn warehouse includes music and food - and a very cool, ultra-thin façade.

•   Long goes down the Gopher Hole to meet up with a few of London's new generation of architects "who are interested in more than spending a banker's latest bonus on a vanity project."

•   Plans for the renovation of Carnegie Hall Studio Towers include a rooftop gathering spot.

•   UKGBC gathers a task force, including architects, to explore how to "simplify regulations to both reduce the burden on business and achieve greater carbon reductions, cost effectively."

•   Snøhetta's growing pains: its NYC office "has been hard-pressed to re-create the healthy work-life balance of its Oslo counterpart," but it is "committed to maintaining its ideals as it adjusts to a new place."

•   Toronto's B+H Architects is making its mark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

•   Ranalli's own Manhattan apartment "resembles nothing so much as a giant, distinctly high-end Lego project."

•   London Planning Award winners include a plan for a new mile-long floating river walk along the north bank of the Thames, but faces competition from another plan for the southern bank.

•   AIA and ASLA issue cautiously optimistic projections for this year and next.

•   A lovely tribute to Edgar Tafel and his adventures in Racine.


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