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Today's News - January 20, 2005

A residential scale and crisp refinement form the perfect backdrop for a stellar art collection in Oklahoma. -- Hong Kong/Shanghai rivalry takes luring the "creative class" to heart. -- Toronto needs to take "pedestrian-friendly" to heart. -- 23 starchitects design one hotel in Madrid (no trouser press?). -- Design team selected to "work their magic" for Utah museum. -- Another report on Miami's hot Aqua. -- Not all are pleased with plans for twin towers in Halifax. -- Bermuda to get its first "green" building. -- MVRDV's Serpentine "mountain" delayed due to technical difficulties; Siza steps in to save the day. -- Innovative architects go back to the future with welders and chop saws. -- Socially minded architect wins new Canadian prize. -- Shortlist for National AIDS memorial announced. -- Nexus extends call for papers deadline. -- Pearman dips into his vaults with Stirling interview from 1991.

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