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    LIBESKIND ZIGZAG IN BERLIN

    In an unprecedented happening, more than 300,000 visitors went to see a totally empty museum. During the 18 months between completion of the structure and its official opening, the edifice itself became an attraction in a city bursting with building fever.

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    AQUARIUM AS LAKESIDE LANDSCAPE

    The shore of Lake Superior, which forms part of the border between the United States and Canada, is a rugged, elemental landscape of rock, trees, and water. This vast region is unique in its geological, historical, natural, and cultural significance.

    An award-winning aquarium and science center, conceived by architects Holt Hinshaw, and realized by Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA), celebrates the magnificence of this region.

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    RADIO SPACE TAKES OFF

    It may look like Captain Kirk's command station as he navigates the Starship Enterprise through a TV episode of Star Trek. In reality, it's XM Satellite Radio, Inc.'s new broadcast operations center. The high-tech facility was beamed up by Studios Architecture out of a century-old printing plant in Washington, DC.

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    Leonardo Bridge Opens 500 Years Late — BBC News, 2001.1031

    Project Of Finnish Architects In Africa To Receive Architecture Award — Helsinki Sanomat, 2001.1031

    Concert Hall Design Misses the High Notes — Review at Los Angeles Times, 2001.1030

    Fanning/Howey Associates Wins William W. Caudill Citation for Chesterton High School — Fanning/Howey Associates Press Release, 2001.1015

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    Bridge Designed by Da Vinci Opens — AP at Yahoo News, 2001.1031

    HOK Designs Massive Mixed-Use Development For Dortmund — Architects' Journal, 2001.1030

    A Crystal Beacon Atop a 20's Curiosity — New York Times, 2001.1030 (registration required)

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