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    TENNESSEE DESIGN AWARDS 2003

    The American Institute of Architects/ Tennessee Society has selected eight projects statewide for special recognition. The diverse projects receiving design awards range from a cabin of wood in Monteagle to an opera house of marble in Memphis. The AIA chapter presented six awards of merit and two awards of excellence.

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    CHICAGO AIA AWARDS 2003

    Since the late 1800s, when Chicago began competing with New York for building height and urban prominence, it has become known as one of the world showcases for innovations in modern architecture. The illustrious architects Daniel Burnham, Louis H. Sullivan, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill have been key players in this history.

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    LOGICAL / ECOLOGICAL DESIGN

    "Most buildings are terrible. They're unhealthy, and they're bad for the soul." Fred Stitt, director of the San Francisco Institute of Architecture, didn't mince words as he officiated over "Ecological Design: The Unstoppable Wave." The conference, held in Oakland, California in August 2003, aimed at improving architecture through a better understanding of its relationship to the natural environment.

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