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Today's News - February 9, 2005

We lose a master architect and educator. - Calatrava takes center stage in Atlanta and New York. - "Unsympathetic developments" threatening Thames waterfront. - FLW's Westcott House to be restored and expanded. - A picture-perfect museum plan for Tampa. - A call to bring the public (not just a "small elite") into the debate about what makes good design good. - Are landscape architects "brickoholics?" - A British architect accused of negligence in legionnaires' deaths. - A U.S. architect remembers to include state sales tax this time.

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