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    LEGORRETA GOES RESIDENTIAL

    Zocalo is a new condominium development in Santa Fe, New Mexico, designed by Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta. Known for his bold use of color and traditional forms in public buildings, he has now applied his touch to a high-end residential community of "villages" and plazas. Next week ArchitectureWeek contributing editor Michael J. Crosbie will show us the brilliant colors and surprising angles of Zocalo against the picturesque backdrop of the high desert.

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    WAVE FORMS IN TEXAS

    A sculpture in perpetual motion, designed by Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, has just been unveiled at the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. This is the first large-scale work by the architect to be permanently installed in the United States. Next week we'll take a closer look at how it's built, what it symbolizes, and how it moves.

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    LOW-ENERGY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

    The newly opened Mondavi Center is part of a master plan for the University of California at Davis aimed at creating a new image for the campus. Designed by the Portland, Oregon firm, BOORA Architects, the building has a novel air conditioning and heating system with significant implications for the theater's acoustics and energy consumption. Next week BOORA principal, Stanley Boles, FAIA will describe the range of sustainability features built into this new performing arts center.

     
     
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