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Today's News - January 4, 2005

A gala celebration coming up for the Aga Khan, recipient of 5th Vincent Scully Prize. -- A San Francisco preview of the new year. -- International museums vie in a "Pepsi vs. Coke" battle for new Hong Kong arts complex. -- Not everyone is pleased with plans for Philadelphia's tallest tower. -- Germany's new "pleasure dome" a tropical retreat. -- Good design and green profile of newest prefab offerings. -- A tribute to Claude Oakland, Eichler architect for the masses. -- Basil Spence archives find a new home. -- Two German architects leave their mark on Nepal and China. -- An African architect comes to the aid of a school for AIDS orphans. -- A modern maven of corporate design.


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