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    POSTCARD FROM BULGARIA

    Dear ArchitectureWeek,

    I believe that architecture is the means of creating an enduring symbol that marks our past, expresses our natural longing for eternity, and at the same time mirrors our continuous motion into the future for years to come.

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    SPECIAL TREATMENT AT VENT VERT

    The Vent Vert Spécialité shop at Morumbi shopping center in São Paulo, Brazil is devoted to beauty treatments with the participation of several perfume and cosmetic brands for both women and men.

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    CELEBRATING, RAIN AND SHINE

    The house called Rainwater is a complex composition of four simple volumes — residence, guest house, office, garage — each capped with a planar steel roof rakishly tilted to channel water down to a single cantilevered corner.

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    ARONOFF ADDITION - A FIELD GUIDE TO META-NARRATIVES

    I am often asked how I like the new Aronoff addition to the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, designed by Peter Eisenman. After all, I work there every day and I am an architect.

    Well, that's easy: I like it. It's airy and spacious, visually engaging, and reasonably functional. But, most important, it is entertaining to talk about.

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    More Architecture and Design

    Daniel Libeskind, the man behind Berlin's Jewish Museum — The Guardian, 2001.0122

    James Stewart Polshek: Architecture for Substance, Not Flash — New York Times, 2001.0122 (registration required)

    Roots and Wings: Pittsburgh Childrens Museum by Koning Eizenberg Architects — DesignArchitecture, 2001.0111

    New Urban Pioneer — The Toronto Star, 2000.1226

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