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    WTC DESIGN COMPETITION RESULTS

    On December 18, 2002, citizens and designers of the United States and the world got a glimpse of some new ideas on how the site of New York's World Trade Center could be transformed over the coming decade. On December 18, 2002, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation released a new set of design proposals submitted by some of the world's most talented architects. Perhaps skittish after the poor reception given the last round of proposals, the LMDC simultaneously also launched a campaign to solicit public comment.

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    RELIGIOUS DESIGN REWARDED

    Among the winners of this year's Religious Art & Architecture Awards are new buildings, sensitive additions, and renovations that impressed the jury with their sense of resourcefulness making the most out of "found" space in existing buildings or saving an older facility from an ignoble end.

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    SEATTLE DESIGN AWARDS

    In November 2002, as a highlight of their yearly "Celebrate Architecture" festivities, AIA Seattle announced the results of its 51st annual design awards program. In honoring Washington architecture, the jury commended both clients and architects for their sensitivity to the Washington landscape.

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    BUILD BOSTON BOOMS

    An excellent way to keep current in the architectural world is to attend the Build Boston conference held every November. This year's event shattered previous records with 13,000 participants attending over 260 seminars and workshops led by industry professionals from around the United States.

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    More Architecture News

    Architects Criticize Ground Zero Publicity — New York Times, 2003.0101

    Guggenheim Drops Plans for East River Museum — New York Times, 2002.1231

    Whittier Unveils Plans for 'Grand Boulevard' — Los Angeles Times, 2002.1230

    Wright's Grand House at Risk — Baltimore Sun, 2002.1229

    Skydivers Leap From Malaysian Buildings — AP at Yahoo News, 2002.1228

    Michigan State Housing Authority Invests in Habitat for Humanity — Designare, 2002.1227

    Secret PA Plan Cuts thru WTC Footprint — Yahoo News, 2002.1227

    Gehry Set to Help Renovate Portugal Area — AP at Architecture Guide, 2002.1227

    Twin Towers II — New York Post, 2002.1226

    Architects Hit Back at Riled Rudy's WTC Barbs — New York Post, 2002.1225

    Looks like Skidmore's Out of the Race — New York Daily News, 2002.1224

    Rudy Rants — New York Post, 2002.1224

    HKS Founder Harwood K. Smith, FAIA, Dies — AIArchitect, 2002.1223

    PA Design Enrages Silverstein — New York Daily News, 2002.1223

    NYNV Urges Public to Think First before Judging Latest WTC Site Designs — BDC, 2002.1222

    Trade Center Designs Are Building Blocks — Opinion at Boston Globe, 2002.1222

    One Plan for WTC Site Stands above the Rest — Chicago Tribune, 2002.1222

    HACIA Receives Whitney M. Young Jr. Award — AIArchitect, 2002.1220

    Ong, Williams Receive Jefferson Award — AIArchitect, 2002.1220

    Lawler Wins Kemper Award — AIArchitect, 2002.1220

    HKS Founder Harwood K. Smith, FAIA, Dies — AIArchitect, 2002.1220

    Fine Design Honored in the Motor City — AIArchitect, 2002.1220

    Gehry to Help Renovate Portugal District — AP at Architecture Guide, 2002.1220

    Construction Too Tall an Order: Experts — New York Post, 2002.1220

    More Than a Structure — New York Times, 2002.1220

    Group Criticizes World Trade Center Plans — AP at Architecture Guide, 2002.1219

    Court Orders Complex to Lose Seven Floors — Japan Times, 2002.1219

    Architects' Proposals Have Little to Do With Reality — New York Times, 2002.1219

    At Ground Zero, the Freshest Architecture May Be the Answer — New York Times, 2002.1218

    Futures of N.Y., Architecture Rest on Plans for Trade Center Site — San Francisco Chronicle, 2002.1217

    B.C. Team Selected to Design Monorail — Seattle Times, 2002.1217

    Man Dies after Jumping from Skyscraper — Newsday, 2002.1216

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