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Today's News - January 14, 2005

A bold design selected for European Bank. -- Chicago Athenaeum selects Good Design winners; London's Design Museum announces shortlist. -- Canberra possibly "the most aesthetically and functionally satisfying 20th-century planned city in the world." -- Arabs and Jews "pooling their talents to come up with strategies to increase awareness of Umm al-Fahm's cultural, tourism and business potential." -- A planned mosque in Strasbourg designed by an Italian faces a bumpy road. -- A failing mall reborn not without its problems. -- Another take on MoMA's rebirth. -- Old factory in Hobart, Australia, reborn as a hip luxury hotel. -- A New York architect's "magnificent obsession" for detail. -- Hidden da Vinci laboratory discovered in Florence. -- Deadlines loom for innovative technology and classical architecture. -- Weekend diversions: Thoughtful review of Ground Zero books by Goldberger, Nobel, and Libeskind. -- Italian architect in the spotlight in Toronto. -- Art Deco celebrated in Miami.


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