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Today's News - January 5, 2005

Foreign starchitects bring than just glamour to China's building boom. -- Not everyone is pleased with towering plans for Sacramento. -- Another take on the new year in U.K. architecture. -- Design Week in Israel may last all year. -- Glitches in plans for a Brooklyn greenway. -- Piano works on his New York accent. -- Shim says success is in knowing what projects to turn down. -- The Eames family takes on more than preserving a legacy. -- An eco-friendly theme park heading to Las Vegas. -- Bridge-building boom (no designers named, but the pix are great). -- Three visions for spanning the Hudson River. -- Whose tower is it anyway? -- A European prize for town and city reconstruction.

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