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    PEOPLE AND PLACES

    RTKL in West Chester, Ohio — NBWW in Miami, Florida — Otak, Inc. in Lake Oswego, Oregon — kadawittfeldarchitektur in Sighartstein, Austria...

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    BUILDINGS AND THE CLIMATE BILL

    It's important to "get things right" when a new building is constructed. More so than perhaps anything else we create, new buildings will be with us for a very long time.

    The greenhouse gas cap-and-trade section of the Waxman-Markey climate and energy bill gets most of the attention, as it should, but the bill has many other provisions, some of which are directly important to the building industry.

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    AIA HOUSING AWARDS 2009

    To the street, the concrete-block home near Bellevue, Idaho, presents minimally incised walls. From inside, the boxy masonry of Outpost opens up to surprisingly expansive views of the rural Idaho landscape.

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    AMERICAN LANDSCAPE AWARDS 2009

    Buffalo Bayou flows through downtown Houston, Texas, under a tangle of freeways and bridges on its way to Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Landscape architects SWA Group reenvisioned a neglected 1.2-mile- (1.9-kilometer-) length of bayou front, transforming it into pedestrian-friendly parkland with improved floodwater conveyance.

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    AIA CONVENTION 2009

    "Ours is a hopeful future," said American Institute of Architects President Marvin Malecha, FAIA, as he opened the 2009 AIA Convention in San Francisco. "We need to let the public know that they can count on our profession to lead them through these tough times."

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    People and Places 2009.0624 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0624

    Architecture Billings Index Shows No Significant Improvement in Business Conditions — AIA Press Release at ArchWeek, 2009.0624

    Award-Winning Homes — Washingtonian.com, 2009.0622

    Building Collapse in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn, Injures 4 — New York Daily News, 2009.0621

    Impasse Continues at WTC — GlobeSt, 2009.0618

    Royal Institute of British Architects' Lubetkin Prize Shortlist Announced — Art Daily, 2009.0617

    American Landscape Awards 2009 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0617

    Architect Accuses Prince Charles of Interference with Building Project — New York Times, 2009.0616

    Rogers Loses Chelsea Barracks Job — BD, 2009.0612

    Shortlist for Britain's Top Public Architecture Prize Announced — Guardian Unlimited, 2009.0611

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    AIA Housing Awards 2009 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0610

    Partial Roof Collapse at ConAgra Plant in NC — CNN, 2009.0609

    Glenn Murcutt Honoured at Museum of Sydney — Art Daily, 2009.0604

    Eric Parry Wins RA's Architecture Prize — Architects' Journal, 2009.0604

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    AIA Convention 2009 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0527

    Green Prefab Firm Michelle Kaufmann Designs Is Closing — Los Angeles Times, 2009.0526

    Arthur Erickson, Canadian Architect Who Mirrored Landscapes, Dies at 84 — New York Times, 2009.0522

    Renowned Architect Arthur Erickson Dead at 84 — Vancouver Sun, 2009.0521

    People and Places 209.0520 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0520

    Hadid's Guangzhou Opera Structure Intact after Fire — Bloomberg, 2009.0513

    Endangered Historic U.S. Places 2009 — ArchitectureWeek, 2009.0513

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