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    California AIA Awards 2004

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    Lick-Wilmerding High School's Technology and Design Center in San Francisco, designed by PFAU Architecture Ltd. to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and inspire a sense of community for its users, was one of 19 AIACC merit award recipients.
    Photo: Timothy Griffith

     

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    Kendall Square Biotech Laboratory, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Symmes Maini and McKee Associates, with Stephen Ehrlich Architects, reflects new technologies while relating to the city's existing architectural fabric.
    Photo: Peter Vanderwarker, Chuck Choi

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    Horace Mann Elementary School in downtown San Jose, California, by Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners with BFGC Architect Planners Inc. The school serves the larger community as well as 750 students.
    Photo: Art Gray, John Edward Linden Photography, Steve Proehl

     

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    The Electrical Training Trust by Osborn Architects in Commerce, California generates a distinctive architectural identity for a trade union with the use of structural glass.
    Photo: Benny Chan

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    The Clark County Detention Center in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, was conceived by Cannon Design as a way to help revitalize the city's civic center. Building materials were inspired by the desert terrain, and V-shaped exterior window screens let in light without excessive solar radiation.
    Photo: John Linden

     

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    Kanner Architects' Ross-Snyder Recreation Center in Los Angeles serves a community whose diversity is represented by the colorful composition of interlocking geometric forms.
    Photo: John Linden

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    The Titan housing project in San Diego, by Jonathan Segal, FAIA adds a relatively high urban density to the neighborhood's urban environment.
    Photo: Jonathan Segal, FAIA, Jimmy Fluker

     

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    A private residence on Stinson Beach, California was designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop to replace a William Wurster house that burned down. The new house recaptures the spirit of the original through materials and siting while meeting current seismic and coastal codes.
    Photo: Matthew Millman

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    The Co-op Editorial television postproduction facility in Santa Monica, California by Pugh + Scarpa is a remodel of a 1963 Frank Gehry design, featuring an innovative, computer-sculpted wood surface.
    Photo: Tim Griffith

     

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    A design award was given for the "Accessory Dwelling Unit Manual," in which Bruce A. Race, FAIA, AICP and RaceStudio propose prototype affordable housing for traditional neighborhoods in Santa Cruz, California.
    Image: Bruce A. Race, FAIA, AICP, with RaceStudio

     

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