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    GOLD COAST PAVILION

    A pristine pavilion in the wilds of Queensland, Australia embodies a number precedents from the Modern Movement that coalesce to form a comfortable retreat. Designed for a ballet teacher and artist who lives with her husband and mother, the so-called Gold Coast House accommodates many different activities in a relatively compact 4,500 square feet (500 square meters).

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    WISCONSIN CHEMISTRY

    In designing a new research tower and lecture hall for the University of Wisconsin Department of Chemistry, the architects of Flad & Associates were inspired by the scholars who work there. "This is a group of incredibly bright and talented people," says Flad design principal, David A. Black, AIA. "The building is intended as a simple statement about who they are and what they've achieved."

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    UPSTAIRS ATRIUM

    The Amgen Headquarters in Thousand Oaks, California, designed by Los Angeles architects Johnson Fain Partners, was already under construction when the firm Pei Partnership Architects was invited to redesign the fourth and fifth floors for the client's executives.

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    FOSTER'S NEW CITY HALL

    At first glance, you would hardly believe it is a public service building. Looking more like a moon base landing unit than a city hall, the Greater London Authority (GLA) building is the latest addition to London's skyline from the firm of Foster and Partners.

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    Clark Unveils Plan for New Building — Berkshire Eagle, 2003.0304

    'Light Benches' Picked for Pentagon Memorial — Seattle Times, 2003.0304

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