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Today's News - Friday, November 2, 2007

Hume fears lessons are not being learned from the past in building communities of the future. -- Claims made that Glasgow's waterfront is being "raped" by developers. -- Nouvel and Foster team up once again for a new town near Milan. -- 'Vancouver's Olympic athlete's village to sparkle gold and platinum. -- University of Arizona's new College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture building walks the green walk. -- Plans afoot to plant a verticle acre of farm and forest land into a slice of downtown Seattle. -- Plans afoot to bury a new museum atop a hill at Harpers Ferry. -- Moneo on his Prado adventure. -- Viñoly adds to Bard College's architectural repertoire. -- A call to transform cemeteries into public parks. -- Union of Architects in Bulgaria claim redo of historic hotel in Sofia is in violation of preservation regulations. -- 10th annual BD Architect of the Year Awards winners announced. -- Inaugural Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award goes to two Mumbai-based community projects. -- An eyeful of images from "The Architecture of Parking." -- In NYC, "Water: H2O = Life" hits - and misses. -- In Tokyo, Center for Sustainable Urban Regeneration is not looking for generic solutions or slogans. -- We couldn't resist: top five architectural pet peeves

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