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Today's News - February 3, 2005

We lose an interior designer even architects respected. -- Two not-so-glowing attitudes about Philip Johnson. -- Inspired ideas for San Diego's affordable housing crisis. -- A scaled-down new look for NY Jets stadium in Manhattan: will it win over the skeptics? -- A scaled-down design for San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum loses none of its panache. -- Rough going for a Tate gallery on the North Sea. -- Another thumbs-up for Austin's new City Hall. -- In San Francisco, a "signature bridge" plan is more a symbol of "political dysfunction." -- Instead of a white elephant, a building boom in Boca Raton. -- Grunge on the Design Museum in London's shortlist for Designer of the Year prize. -- Comfort not always the goal in artistic chair design. -- Wright treasure found on eBay finds a good home. -- Duffy does New York. -- Universal Design workshop series in Toronto.

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