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    PEOPLE AND PLACES

    The Biber Partnership in Piscataway Township, New Jersey — STV in Los Angeles, California — Hoffman LLC in Middleton, Wisconsin — BKSK Architects in New York, New York...

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    PRITZKER PRIZE GOES TO SANAA

    The Pritzker Architecture Prize for 2010 goes to Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, partners in the Tokyo-based firm SANAA. The jury lauded the pair's work as "delicate and powerful, precise and fluid, ingenious but not overly or overtly clever... creating a sense of fullness and experiential richness." SANAA has several significant built works in Japan, with noteworthy projects in Europe and the United States as well.

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    NEW YORK AIA AWARDS 2010

    Thirty feet above street level, a narrow new park winds through a former industrial area on the West Side of Manhattan, near the Hudson River. This unexpected urban oasis is the High Line, a series of grasses and shrubs, walkways and benches, created atop a defunct elevated freight railway.

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    NORTH AMERICAN WOOD

    The Richmond Olympic Oval, the venue for long-track speedskating events in the recent Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, is capped by a massive roof almost 6.5 acres (2.6 hectares) in size. The LEED Silver-certified building, designed by Cannon Design, features prefabricated pine panels spanning between hollow composite wood-steel arches to form a rhythmically pleated timber ceiling over the ice.

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    ANIMAL HOSPITAL, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW

    Seen on approach at just the right angle, it might be mistaken for a broad grassy hillside with a glass pavilion.

    As one circles around eastward, the "hillside" quickly opens up to reveal the upper green expanse as the roof of a building — the new Small Animal Hospital at the University of Glasgow.

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