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Today's News - January 6, 2005

A British master in his prime felled by tree. -- U.S. Chief Architect resigns. -- ASLA responds to tsunami crisis. -- Will being on the World Heritage list help historic Indian sites? (and Mies villa uncovered.) -- Frank Lloyd Wright homes and buildings for sale: a buying spree in the making? -- Uncovering a river key to Yonkers redevelopment? -- Plans for Les Halles perfect for "those who are pathologically averse to risk." -- French museums expand their borders. -- A new home for Napoleon's toothbrush. -- A Long Island performing arts center and a Detroit behemoth get long-needed facelifts. -- Gold LEED for a corporate interior. -- Exhibitions in Tokyo and New York explore the futuristic (and cheeky).


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