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    MIXED SMOKE SIGNALS

    Washington D.C. has long been a conservative city for architecture, at least since Pierre L'Enfant laid out the city in 1791. As decreed by the McMillan Plan of the early 1900s, buildings could be no taller than the U.S. Capitol dome. This has resulted in a low-scale skyline that some find retrograde for a world capital.

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    LOGISTICAL METAMORPHOSIS

    A collection of old industrial sheds and warehouses in Krems, Austria has experienced a metamorphosis into a high-tech research center for Eybl International, a leading supplier of textiles to the automotive industry. By means of glazed roofing and careful spatial zoning, the architects have brought daylight deep into the large buildings.

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    RESPECTFUL REMODEL

    In an era when the fabric of traditional neighborhoods is being torn so that grotesquely oversized houses can be squeezed into normal-sized lots, at least one firm in Maryland is doing it differently. GTM Architects renovated and expanded the home of firm founder George Myers, and in its detailing showed respect for the century-old neighborhood.

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    A Sound Improvement: Renovation of Lincoln Theater — San Francisco Chronicle, 2004.1231

    Parliament's 'Dingy' Foyer to Get Makeover — Scotsman Online, 2004.1230

    University of Alaska Museum Addition Meant to Be an Experience — Alaska Daily News, 2004.1226

    Building Puts Form over Bodily Function — Los Angeles Times, 2004.1226

    Canadians Leave Modern Mark on Miami — Miami Herald, 2004.1226

    Southern Comfort — Guardian Unlimited, 2004.1220

    Cesar Pelli & Associates Goes Underwater to Soar to Great Heights — AIArchitect, 2004.1220

    Integrated Design — Environmental Building News, 2004.1217

    Architect's New Project Is ‘Extension of the Street' — JoongAng Daily, 2004.1215

    Les Halles Set to Morph from Beast to Beauty — Expatica, 2004.1215

    Slablike Tower Doesn't Fit In on San Bruno Mountain — San Francisco Chronicle, 2004.1213

    Sarah Susanka's So-Small Showhouse — Not So Big Showhouse press release, 2004.1207

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