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Today's News - Monday, January 31, 2005

ArcSpace honors Johnson and offers a look at Gehry's new book. -- A look at a darker side of Philip Johnson. -- Philadelphia loses a master city-builder. -- Green building standards made easier. -- No beauty contest and not great news for big plans at London's Elephant & Castle and Thames Gateway. -- Report on U.S. public housing reforms: what works, what remains to be done. -- Full report on evidence-based health care design. -- Australians' search for nature has led to loss of urban treasures. -- Not much hope for redesign of Milwaukee train station unless "enlightened minds prevail." -- "Light-catcher" screen catches the eye of jury for Bellingham children's museum. -- The Baltimore Orchestra's second home is music for the eyes as well as ears. -- New Delhi gallery is a piece of art unto itself. -- Another take on Nobel's "Sixteen Acres." -- MIT's "fab labs" may have us more than just dreaming about our own designs.

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