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    INTERIOR DESIGN - IDENTITY IN LEBANON

    "My house is practical. I thank you as I thank the railway engineer or a telephone service... but you have not touched my heart. You apply stone, wood and concrete, that is construction... ingenuity is at work.

    But suddenly you have touched my heart, you have done me good, and I am happy... this is beautiful... this is architecture... art enters in."

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    EXCELLENT EVOLUTION AT LONDON DOCKLANDS

    Emerging as the hub of London's Royal Victoria Docklands regeneration program, one building, above any other, has become the catalyst for creating its own commercial infrastructure. It has also raised the profile of the "unfashionable" area of east London.

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    ARCHITECTURE: THE CRITICS' CHOICE

    The subtitle says "150 Masterpieces of Western Architecture Selected and Defined by the Experts." In this new book, ten notable architectural critics and historians from the United Kingdom and the United States have combined forces and essays to nominate some of the world's greatest architecture.

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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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    The tower and the glory — Independent Digital, 2001.0326

    Natatorium Blends the Excitement of Competition Swimming with Serene Sylvan Sit — AIArchitect, 2001.0326

    Designers vie for a shot at the ICA — Boston Globe, 2001.0322

    The school in a class of its own — Independent Digital, 2001.0319

    Setting Its Sights on an Urban Jackpot — L.A. Times, 2001.0319

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