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    CURVACEOUS WORKPLACE

    When the economy is booming and unemployment is low, it is difficult to attract and retain workers in the stressful, round-the-clock business of call centers. For the British telecommunications company Cellular Operations, this problem has been solved through a dramatic new work environment designed by the young architect Richard Hywel Evans.

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    CESAR PELLI'S ARCHITECTURE OF ENCLOSURE

    Architecture's ability to express its place in history remains one of its most fascinating and revealing features. Cesar Pelli's architecture locates the primary mode of expression in the building's enclosure. The veil that separates interior from exterior becomes for him the element through which a building is located in the stream of architectural and construction history.

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    NEW COURTHOUSE IN THE DESERT

    "I have always been struck by the pervasive nature of the desert in the midst of downtown Tucson, Arizona, and the magical qualities it bestows upon the urban experience." So says Norman Pfeiffer, FAIA, principal of Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates (HHPA), which last year completed Tucson's Evo A. DeConcini U.S. Courthouse.

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    OFFICE BUILDING TAKES ON LAKEFRONT SITE

    Few American cities are as surrounded by water as Seattle. But in exchange for lovely views of its several lakes or Puget Sound, architects must grapple with the construction challenges of hilly sites and a high water table.

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