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Today's News - January 26, 2005

Competition-winning design for Queens Museum gets axed, so it's back to the drawing boards for pre-approved shortlist. -- New York's Nassau County has ambitious plans. -- Glasgow to get another new landmark. -- Fate of Ft. Lauderdale landmark "a tragic saga." -- New Urbanism catching on. -- Sometimes being orderly is better. -- A new museum in Tehran. -- London exhibit offers lessons from the Swiss. -- The Aga Khan collects his Vincent Scully Prize. -- Deadlines draw near in competitions to design a chair and architectural photography. -- A documentary about urban sprawl. -- Two takes on "Sixteen Acres": "compelling and gleefully gossipy story of the rebuilding of Ground Zero…"

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