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Today's News - January 18, 2005

The architecture and engineering industry at the forefront of tsunami relief - but a call for careful steps. - A campaign (and charter) to get more women into architecture. - A panel explores the museum of the 21st century. - The Rijksmuseum offers hard hat tours. - New Architecture Foundation HQ in London: "All hail the intelligent icon." - A welcome addition to Harvard's Science Center. - A Danish accent for London's Fourth Grace. - "Swanky" new digs for British Council Malaysia. - New mixed-use life for Art Deco tower in Minneapolis. - UCLA benefits from billionaire's beneficence. - A MoMA review: its restaurant, for a change. - Gift of a Modernist classic has Nebraska looking gift horse in the mouth. - Millennium Park is wintering fairly well. - An architect re-envisions Kansas vernacular. - I.D. magazine's Top 40 list topped by MoMA (and a few other familiar names). - Book review: "Sixteen Acres" offers "a devastating look at the pettier, narcissistic reactions to ground zero..."

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