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    PEOPLE AND PLACES

    Morris Architects in Houston, Texas — KlingStubbins in Washington, D.C., USA — Architectural Concepts, Inc. in San Diego, California — acla:works in Wallerfield, Trinidad and Tobago — Gertler & Wente Architects in New York, New York — Handel Architects in Santiago, Chile — Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. in New York, New York — Anshen + Allen in Poway, California — John Portman & Associates in Incheon, South Korea — Ellerbe Becket in Dubai, United Arab Emirates...

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    NORTHEASTERN BUILDING TYPES 2008

    On the campus of Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, the new Heimbold Visual Arts Center by Polshek Partnership Architects provides a dynamic space for diverse studio art programs.

    The Heimbold Center is recognized as an exemplar in the 2008 Building Type Awards given by the AIA New York chapter, cosponsored by the Boston Society of Architects.

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    HISTORIC U.S. PLACES AT RISK

    The iconic Michigan Avenue Streetwall in Chicago, Illinois, features the work of many of the city's best architects, and boasts an array of styles and building technologies dating from 1880 to 1930. Buildings by Louis Sullivan and Daniel Burnham are among the structures that compose this 12-block stretch of historic buildings that face Lake Michigan across parkland.

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    SAN FRANCISCO AIA AWARDS 2008

    With 40 different awards given by the San Francisco chapter of the AIA, and only a few repeat winners among them, there were plenty of happy architects by the Bay this year.

    Pritzker Prize-winner Thom Mayne and his Santa Monica firm, Morphosis, received one of four honor awards for excellence in architecture. Morphosis shared the award for the San Francisco Federal Building with the local office of SmithGroup.

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