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Today's News - January 12, 2005

We lose a master of museum design. -- Green reconstruction called for in tsunami aftermath. -- Tokyo takes the lead in revolutionary architecture. -- L.A.'s Caltrans HQ has design "unattainable to more trammeled souls." -- Big interiors deal for Dubai's tallest apartment tower. -- The engineer behind "The Gates" in Central Park. -- Cambridge students still waiting for good (or bad) news. -- New degree in Sydney: Master of Digital Architecture. -- Toronto's interior design show coming in February. -- "Archilab" explores architectural utopias. -- Wolfsonian celebrates design in Miami. -- One we couldn't resist: high design (and big budget) for public toilets in Geneva.


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