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    THOM MAYNE PRITZKER PRIZE

    This year's choice for Pritzker Prize laureate is Los Angeles architect Thom Mayne. He is known for breaking through traditional bounds of forms and materials, and his work has been chosen for numerous awards during his three-decade career.

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    NEW ENGLAND AIA AWARDS

    Both rural and urban exemplars were honored recently when the New England chapter of the American Institute of Architecture presented nine awards for "Excellence in Architecture."

    Of the four northeastern projects to receive the honor award, one is a writer's studio on Mount Desert Island, Maine by Carol A. Wilson Architect. The client wanted to take advantage of the beauty of the site and views across Somes Sound, while respecting the fragile landscape.

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    AIA HONOR AWARDS 2005

    Outstanding architecture has once again been given a spotlight with the announcement of the 2005 AIA Honor Awards. With a geographic range from Vancouver to Rome, and a range of types from urban highrises to rural hay barns, these works demonstrate distinctive and imaginative responses to place and function.

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