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CHICAGO DOES STARS

"There is no doubt that the significant depth of architectural talent in Chicago is a tangible asset to our city." So commented Charles Smith, AIA, president of the Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects, as he congratulated the winners of that organization's 2004 design awards. Indeed, Chicago is one American city where architectural talent has proved to be a tangible asset for over 120 years.

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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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