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    COMPUTERS IN THE DESIGN STUDIO

    Architectural education tends to be strong on teaching conceptual aspects of design, without adequately preparing students for the realities of design development and construction. But a design studio at Tulane University encourages students to broaden their approach and, using Revit for modeling and documentation, address economic and cost issues. Next week Professor Ronald Filson, FAIA will show some of the results.

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    KITCHEN STORAGE OPTIONS

    "Have you noticed that when you start talking about storage, people light up?" asks architect Sarah Susanka, author of The Not So Big House. "And when it comes to food stuff, we become especially animated. One of my favorites, a pull-out pantry uses every cubic inch of space for storage and can easily be worked into the main kitchen area." Next week we'll see what more Susanka has to say about pantries.

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    WORLD TRADE CENTER GOING OFF TRACK?

    When architect Daniel Libeskind was chosen to redesign the World Trade Center site last spring, many people felt we'd reached a milestone in decision making about the fate of "Ground Zero." But controversies persist, and some may compromise Libekind's design vision. Next week we'll survey recent developments and assess the project's current status.

     
     
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