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    THE NEW MODERNISM OF HELMUT JAHN

    One of the duties of the architecture critic is to place the work of architects into tidy boxes. Labels are handy for this: modern, late modern, postmodern, revivalist, classicist, deconstructivist. But sometimes the most interesting work doesn't quite fit into a tidy box.

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    LEBANON'S MASTER ARCHITECT

    Pierre El Khoury is one of the best known of Lebanese architects. His career of over five decades has produced some 200 diverse projects. While it is not easy to find a single theory to illuminate his body of work, one can understand it and distinguish it from that of his contemporaries simply through observation.

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    PEACEFUL CAMPUS

    The red-tiled rooftops of Soka University of America rise over the dry hillsides of Aliso Viejo, California. From a distance, it resembles a Tuscan village.

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    YOKOHAMA FERRY TERMINAL

    Well timed with the opening of the World Cup soccer games in South Korea and Japan, the new Osanbashi International Passenger Terminal of Yokohama opened in June 2002. With its landscape-like curving roof, the building by the London firm of Foreign Office Architects (FOA) is intended as an extension of a nearby municipal park.

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