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Today's News - January 11, 2005

Architects continue to ask "What can we do?" to help tsunami victims. -- Architecture for Humanity puts out a call for photography to benefit Southeast Asia. -- Deadline draws near for Congress for the New Urbanism Charter Awards. -- Green roofs for Beijing. -- A stellar shortlist for a quilt center in Nebraska. -- Austin gets a "quirky" city hall "brimming with urban vitality" (great pix). -- In Houston, good design wins out in "tug-of-war between good architecture and the bottom line." -- A library center in Korea as a place for reconciliation. -- Don't count Will Alsop out. -- An American architect builds a dream house in China. -- There's a battle brewing to save the bungalows of Santa Monica. -- Survey shows it's a good time to be a landscape architect. -- SCUP offers web cast on design and project delivery for non-architects. -- A conference in Egypt will explore the impact of the digital revolution on architecture and urban planning. -- Exhibition in Edinburgh shows off Spence. -- A new book shows off designs that will never be built.

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