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Today's News - February 4, 2005

Have the architecture and design galleries at MoMA lost their groove? -- A Kenyan architect believes in the power of architecture. -- Will U.K.'s take on New Urbanism leave architects out in the cold? -- Meanwhile, high-density housing planned for Poudbury II gets the go-ahead. -- A Gehry/Hardy collaboration to add theatrical (and "lovable") sparkle to Brooklyn's arts district. -- Planned water treatment plant will be a good neighbor. -- A Toronto gallery is a "dance between space and function, form and content." -- A mall in Manila could be the poster child for what malls everywhere should be. -- An Israeli architect thinks local architecture is in bad shape. -- It's all luxe for design junkies in Paris.

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