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    HADID'S BERGISEL SKI JUMP

    Cobra, high-heeled shoe, golf club... Quite a few nicknames have emerged for the new Bergisel Ski Jump since its opening in September 2002. Time will tell if one of these nicknames will stick, but already the ski jump by the London firm Zaha Hadid Architects has become an important point of reference for the surrounding mountain landscape.

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    OREGON COAST BOLES HOUSE

    Although the recent work of Portland, Oregon firm BOORA Architects includes concert halls and a courthouse, one of their smallest projects is among the most impressive: a single family house on the Oregon coast designed and inhabited by firm principal Stanley Boles, FAIA.

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    REDISCOVERING LOS ANGELES WALK STREETS

    Grant Kirkpatrick is not one of LA's architecture fire-breathers, and he hasn't made headlines by designing futuristic blobs. Instead, the architect has done something far more useful: raised the visual standards and the civility of a waterfront neighborhood in Manhattan Beach. Into an otherwise cluttered beachfront known as the "walk streets," Kirkpatrick has introduced clarity and human scale, while reminding both homeowners and passersby of the uniquely public nature of the pedestrian-only streets.

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