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Today's News - November 15, 2006

London's new design czar has his work cut out (as CABE is a "sadly discredited...nervous little body"). -- Finally, we can see what six starchitects propose for St. Petersburg's skyline (yikes!). -- A proposed extension to Perth landmark generates "rare interest in architecture in a town of glass canyons and dull buildings." -- Building owners beginning to see the light (and dollar signs) in solar power. -- The World Climate Conference in Nairobi shows off "Green Glamour" in urban development, architecture, and design: "Eco sells." -- An Edmonton cardiac center is one of Canada's smartest - and greenest - buildings. -- But is a hockey stadium the answer to the city's downtown urban renewal? -- Nobel considers Ground Zero in its "middle age." -- Ivy League Universities becoming multi-billion-dollar developers. -- Public landscape architects as the "unsung heroes of the design world." -- San Francisco Bay Area treasures garner Partners in Preservation grants. -- A British pioneer of Greek Revival takes center stage in Manhattan. -- A new book shines light on an almost forgotten, 19th-century Indian master.

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