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    ERICKSON'S URBAN WATERFALL

    "You can't fight City Hall," goes the old adage. Yet the Waterfall Building, an innovative urban live/ work development in Vancouver, British Columbia, is proof that you can fight City Hall and win. In this case, the city wins too. Zoning laws that were relaxed to permit the unconventional design will pave the way for similar projects in the future.

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    EXPRESSION OF ARCHITECTURE

    We would like to declare our optimism: architecture is an expression of human life and liberty. Beyond people's immediate needs, it signifies the ideals that pervade their lives, expressing their quest for beauty, harmony and perfection, reflecting the energy, inspiration, invention, and creativity that enliven a country.

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    PELLI'S RENEWED INVESTMENT BUILDING

    Building by building, Cesar Pelli is adding his touch to the staid architecture of Washington, D.C. In 1997, his terminal at Reagan National Airport, just south of the city, opened to rave reviews for its soaring, light- and art-filled bays beneath open trusses and for its dramatically silhouetted, metal-sheathed tower and terminal modules.

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