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    WASHINGTON CELEBRATES ARCHITECTURE

    "There are more important buildings in the nation's capital than you know. There is more innovation than you can imagine." With these words, the Washington D.C. chapter of the American Institute of Architects welcomed both public and professionals to its third annual of celebration "Architecture Week" this fall.

    Although most of the events were postponed because of the disasters in Washington, New York, and Pennsylvania, the celebration concluded recently as an affirmation of local architecture.

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    ART OF ANDO IN ST. LOUIS

    The new building for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, is a deceptively simple composition of space and light. The PFA building, Ando's first public structure in the United States, celebrated its long-awaited opening in October, 2001.

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    ENGINEERING FORENSICS OF COLLAPSE

    Behind the slowly shrinking heaps of rubble in lower Manhattan and Arlington, Virginia, a phalanx of forensic engineers, supported by a variety of research grants, is working against the flow of debris as it is carted off to recycling sites and landfills, searching for clues about how three of the largest U.S. buildings were mortally wounded.

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    Sears Tower Deck Opens — New York Times, 2001.1030 (registration required)

    Making Room for John Adams — Washington Post, 2001.1028

    China Earthquake Victims Get Aid — AP at Architecture Guide, 2001.1028

    Greece To Build 29m Home For Elgin Marbles — U.K. Times, 2001.1026

    U.S. Professor Wins Award For Urban Planning — Japan Times, 2001.1026

    Japan's Ando to Design New Art Museum in Paris — Reuters at Yahoo News, 2001.1025

    A Treehouse Of Ideas — Ottawa Citizen, 2001.1024

    A Skyline Is Conspicuous By An Absence — New York Times at Yahoo, 2001.1024

    Chipperfield Scoops Spanish Competition Win — Architects' Journal, 2001.1023

    Geological Gardens Competition Launched — Architects' Journal, 2001.1023

    HOK Scoops $44m Florida Art Museum Job — Architects' Journal, 2001.1022

    Photos Chronicle A Day In Aftermath Of Collapse — Baltimore Sun, 2001.1022

    Magna Centre Wins Top Design Award — Guardian Unlimited, 2001.1021

    Famed Architect Frank Lloyd Wright May Have Helped Design Racine House — Star Tribune, 2001.1020

    Architecture And Urban Design Awards Winners Announced — Canada NewsWire, 2001.1019

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