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Today's News - February 15, 2007

New Orleans's unified plan "lacks the vision - and teeth - to save the city." -- Fate of modernist landmark in Gentilly in FEMA's hands. -- Zandberg on the "architectural conspiracy of silence" surrounding several big plans in Jerusalem. -- International architects and landscape architects are excited about Lower Don Lands rejuvenation despite cynical Torontonians. -- Public parks getting a bit too cozy with commercial supporters ("the devil does wear Prada" in Bryant Park). -- Fueled by failing grade in environmental sustainability, USC students campaign for a more environmentally conscious campus. -- A Charlottesville, VA, project may be shooting for LEED Platinum, but review board doesn't want it to be a "mondo condo." -- Mondo condo plan near Miami's Vizcaya has some fuming. -- Another take on favorite 150 buildings list: "reveals the triumph of familiarity over beauty" but has the AIA really "fulfilled its founders' mandate to 'elevate the standing of the profession'?" -- Barton Myers ready to "plunge" back into steel houses. -- Just to prove architects can have a sense of humor: An often-amusing Q&A with Robert A.M. Stern. -- Gehry on his jewelry: "the reason I entered jewelery design is that it is an excuse to look at pretty ladies!' grins the Machiavellian." -- Nobel's annual valentine to architecture. -- Rybczynski's ode to chairs and tribute to Hans J. Wegner.

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