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Today's News - January 13, 2005

Elegance and Americana make a perfect recipe for a classic steakhouse in Boston. -- Southeast Asia "about to become gigantic construction sites. The challenge now is to build something human and beautiful." -- Urban sprawl threatening at least 1,200 species. -- Cambridge architecture department spared the ax. -- Hadid finally gets a project on home turf: new home for the Architectural Foundation ("an intelligent and spirited pressure group chaired by the colorful Will Alsop…"). -- Pity the architect who wants to redesign 2 Columbus Circle. -- Three teams in the running for children's museum in Washington State. -- Are Dublin towers rising too high? -- Exhibit of international C2C (Cradle-to-Cradle) Home design competition entries offers much food for thought. -- Stylish and affordable living in historic San Francisco building. -- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art turns 10 - and aging well; Botta to join the celebrations. -- Silverstein on a roll: more bucks for Ground Zero development. -- L.A.'s storybook houses even a hobbit would love.

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