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Today's News - December 31, 2004

While the American Institute of Architects is "developing a coordinated response to the tsunami disaster," it offers links to aid efforts already underway. -- The Israeli Association of Landscape Architects backs off from an important theme. -- Baltimore's Empowerment Zone program comes to a close surpassing some goals, falling short in others. -- Seattle takes a look at some of its land use decisions. -- Detroit launches a blight court. -- New thinking and new uses needed to save derelict churches. -- Impressive architectural standards applied to British alms houses. -- The new Shanghai Oriental Arts Center is a sparkling butterfly orchid. -- New Zealand landscape architects make British shortlists. -- A young Nepalese architect bags a big prize. -- Interest in modernistic prefabricated houses continues to grow. -- Sottsass exhibit "sucks the air out of a room."

Here's to a happy - and safe - New Year for us all...we'll see you again in 2005!

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