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    BOSTON DOES BUILDING 2004

    No matter how good architectural education is, it seems that architects always have more to learn. Whether it's about designing extra safety features in post-9/11 structures, meeting the certification requirements of new environmental standards, or fixing mold problems in air-tight buildings, practitioners are continually challenged to upgrade their skills.

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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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    Tomb of Genghis Khan Receives Some TLC — China Daily, 2004.1228

    Toll from Tsunami Terror: Body Count Hits 76,700 — New York Daily News, 2004.1228

    China Resumes Building Olympic Stadium — New York Times, 2004.1228

    Architecture for Humanity Appeals for Tsunami Donations — Architecture for Humanity press release, 2004.1227

    Winners Announced in 2004-2005 ACSA Awards Program — Canadian Architect, 2004.1220

    Kudos and Accolades Abound in the Peach State — AIArchitect, 2004.1220

    Another Soft Month in November for Architecture Firms — AIArchitect, 2004.1220

    Mixed Reactions to WTC Memorial Plans — IOL, 2004.1217

    Costly National Theater Faces Financial Woes — China Daily, 2004.1216

    Juneau Capitol Panel Makes First Cut — Juneau Empire, 2004.1215

    Eden Project Architect to Head Royal Academy — Guardian Unlimited, 2004.1215

    Germany's Memorial to Jews Completed — New York Times, 2004.1215

    Proud France Inaugurates World's Highest Bridge — Reuters, 2004.1214

    Louis Kahn's Yale Center Captures AIA 25-Year Award — AIA press release, 2004.1207

    Architects' Summit to Draw on Parliament Lessons — Scotsman Online, 2004.1207

    Aga Khan Awarded Vincent J. Scully Prize — Architectural Record, 2004.1207

    Edward Allen, FAIA, to Receive Topaz Medallion — AIArchitect, 2004.1206

    Murphy/Jahn Receives 2005 AIA Architecture Firm Award — AIArchitect, 2004.1206

    Calatrava Wins 2005 AIA Gold Medal — AIArchitect, 2004.1206

    Santiago Calatrava to Receive 2005 Gold Medal from the AIA — AIA press release, 2004.1202

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