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    SOLAR HOUSES SHINE

    In a dramatic demonstration of design with solar energy, 14 North American universities recently competed in a Solar Decathlon in Washington, D.C. The students were tasked with designing and building solar-powered houses that would blend aesthetics and modern conveniences with maximum energy efficiency. The overarching goal of the competition was to illustrate the benefits of solar energy for a wide audience.

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    AIACC 2002 DESIGN AWARDS

    The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) honored 15 of its members in its annual design awards program in September, 2002. Special recognition went to two contemporary designs and a historic preservation project.

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    DALLAS AIA AWARDS

    The Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2002 design awards program in September. Among them were both built and unbuilt projects, with special recognition for two buildings over 25 years old that have demonstrated lasting influence.

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    Top Award for Landmark Bridge — BBC News, 2002.1014

    Back to WTC Drawing Board — New York Daily News, 2002.1011

    Agency Sets Rules for WTC Designs — AP at Architecture Guide, 2002.1011

    ROM Scales Back $200M Renovation — Ottawa Citizen , 2002.1010

    Plans for Rebuilt Ground Zero Can Provide Fewer Offices — CNN, 2002.1010

    Guidelines for WTC Office — AP at Architecture Guide, 2002.1009

    Plans for New Penn — Newsday, 2002.1009

    Steelcase Receives Awards in International Design Competition — Dezignare, 2002.1007

    Ronald E. Bogle Named President and CEO of American Architectural Foundation — American Institute of Architects press release, 2002.1004

    Six Finalists Are Selected for Design at Pentagon — New York Times, 2002.1004

    Ground Zero: 6 New Drawing Boards — New York Times, 2002.1001

    Yale Architecture Students Dedicate House They Built for Community — Yale University press release, 2002.0930

    Debating Ground Zero Architecture and the Value of the Void — New York Times, 2002.0930

    Rebuilding Ugly — Opinion at New York Post, 2002.0930

    "Noted Architecture Dream Teams Selected For WTC" — LMDC News Release at Archibot, 2002.0930

    Panel Puts a Rush on WTC Plans — New York Daily News, 2002.0928

    Leicester Unveils 300M Development Plans — Guardian Unlimited, 2002.0927

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