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Today's News - January 27, 2005

As expected, there are hundreds of reports about the passing of Philip Johnson, "elder statesman and the enfant terrible of American architecture;" we chose a select few (and there is sure to be more). -- Realities of engineering and finance may take their toll on Freedom Tower design. -- Alsop wants his station project back. -- Stadium plans seem a bit too bare-boned. -- From Boston: station is a technical miracle (and not bad to look at either); and a new HQ for PBS. -- ArchVoices launches 2005 essay competition. -- INTBAU launches chapter in New Delhi.


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