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    CALATRAVA WAVES

    Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava recently unveiled "Wave," a perpetually moving sculpture on the plaza in front of the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. The 26-by-68-foot (8-by-21-meter) sculpture is made of 129 hollow-steel, bronze-coated bars that rise and descend in a syncopation that simulates a wave motion. The sculpture balances over a large, shallow, black granite reflecting pool of slow-moving water.

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    NORTH CAROLINA AIA AWARDS 2002

    Fourteen architectural projects from across the state of North Carolina were selected in August, 2002, for special recognition by the state's chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Projects recognized include new work and renovations of historic structures.

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    SAVING MODERN MOMENTS

    Some 500 architectural experts came to Paris in September 2002 to discuss the plight of a threatened species: architecture of the 20th-century Modern Movement. The 7th International DOCOMOMO Conference met in the UNESCO Headquarters designed by Marcel Breuer, one of the movement's masters.

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

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

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