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    AGA KHAN AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE 2004

    Made of mud, sand, stone, glass, and steel, scaled from tiny to immense, designed for living, working, learning, and worshipping, a select collection of projects reveals a "comprehensive approach adopted to discover, understand, and explain the challenges of architecture in the Muslim world as it confronts modernity in all its diversity."

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    DESIGNING FOR MASSIVE CHANGE

    "Massive Change: The Future of Global Design," an ambitious new exhibition on the domain of contemporary design, began its three-year international tour at British Columbia's Vancouver Art Gallery in October.

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    NORTHWEST AND BEYOND

    With talent contributed from all over the Pacific rim, the Northwest and Pacific Region chapter of the American Institute of Architects is arguably the most diverse chapter of the AIA. This year's awards program reflects that diversity, with tributes to projects in Alaska, Hong Kong, Korea, and California, as well as Washington and Oregon.

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