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    HABITAT TO SPAN SEVERAL CENTURIES

    The Irish architecture firm Douglas Wallace, in collaboration with concept architect Patrick Mellett, has remade an 18th-century bank in Dublin into a large, stylish Habitat store. They opened up the interior spaces, creating a new pedestrian thoroughfare, and treated the interior with various structural elements to rearrange and enhance the spatial experience. Next week we'll take a look at the result.

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    THE CHANGING WORKPLACE

    Computer and communication advances have generated a new white-collar prototype: the mobile worker. These employees now often work from home or alternate locations, so their employer may no longer provide them with a permanent work area. As a result, architects are creating a different kind of work environment that is open and flexible, but still private and supportive. Next week Colleen Lyman will explain how this new trend is changing commercial offices.

     
     

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    Architecture Headlines This Week

    Japan OKs Package for Shaky Buildings — The State, 2005.1206

    All Shook Up — Time Asia, 2005.1205

    RIBA President's Awards for Research introduced — Royal Institute of British Architects press release, 2005.1205

    Skyscraper That May Cause Earthquakes — Guardian Unlimited, 2005.1202

    Young and Gifted: British Award Reveals Wealth of Talent — Building Design, 2005.1202

    Kimmel Center Sues Architect — Los Angeles Times, 2005.1130

    London's Mayor Backs Plan for City's Tallest Tower — Financial Times, 2005.1129

    Sand and Freedom — Guardian Unlimited, 2005.1128

    Giant Mosque for 40,000 May Be Built at London Olympics — Times Online, 2005.1127

    Architects for Aid in Pakistan Relief — Building Design, 2005.1125

    International Biennal "Barbara Cappochin" Prize to Igarashi Jun — International Union of Architects press release, 2005.1123

    Architects Group Director to Switch Posts — Chicago Tribune, 2005.1122

    Young Structural Engineer of the Year Award — Yorkshire Post, 2005.1122

    Hope Is Alive on the Gulf Coast — AIArchitect, 2005.1121

    Eminent Domain Project at Standstill Despite Ruling — New York Times, 2005.1121

    Detroit Chapter Annual Design Awards — AIA Detroit press release, 2005.1118

    Selecting the Best of Seoul's Designer Buildings — JoongAng Daily, 2005.1115

    27 Outstanding Projects Honored in the Empire State — AIArchitect, 2005.1114

    Toward a 21st Century New Orleans — Times-Picayune, 2005.1112

    Investigations into Louisiana Levee Breaks Mount — ENR, 2005.1110

    Bienal Miami+Beach 2005 Award Winners — Florida International University press release, 2005.1103

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