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    FALSE BAY WRITER'S CABIN

    The False Bay Writer's Cabin serves as a private writer's retreat and guest cottage on San Juan Island, Washington. The owners asked for a space that felt connected to its island setting — the mild climate, scenic views, and proximity to wildlife. At the same time, they needed a structure that could be easily secured when not in use.

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    PEOPLE AND PLACES

    Ricardo Legorreta in Mexico City, MexicoTryba Architects in Denver, ColoradoBoora Architects in Portland, OregonBDP in London, England, United KingdomGluckman Mayner Architects in Syracuse, New YorkFinegold Alexander in Deerfield, IllinoisBurt Hill in Phoenix, Arizona...

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    SHUBIN + DONALDSON - FROM FUEL TO BISCUIT

    The apparent placelessness of Los Angeles, where one community bleeds into another with little visible distinction, can partially be attributed to its major industries — advertising, television, movies, the web — because these businesses live placelessly, mostly in periodicals, or on screens in the theater, in the family room, and at the desk.   2011.1130

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    MOSHE SAFDIE BUILDS FOR PEACE

    From the intersection of 23rd Street and Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., at a corner of the U.S. National Mall near the Potomac River, the grandeur of the Lincoln Memorial is due south, and war-related memorials to Vietnam veterans, World War II, and George Washington, among others, unfold to the left, southeastward.   2011.1109

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    Architecture and Design Around the Web

    Designers: Help Me Rebrand American Innovation — Co.Design, 2012.0106

    Young Minds, Sustainable Designs — New Straits Times, 2012.0106

    Open Sesame: Designer's Approach to Match Designer Doors to Your Decor — Ottawa Citizen, 2012.0106

    BILD: Migrating Landscapes Is Travelling to Toronto — Toronto Star, 2012.0106

    Rising Architects Hit the "Street" in Shenzhen with a Show of Futuristic FašAdes — Artinfo, 2012.0104

    False Bay Writer's Cabin — ArchitectureWeek, 2012.0104

    People and Places 2012.0104 — ArchitectureWeek, 2012.0104

    Governments Retrofit Buildings to Save Money and Energy — Government Technology, 2012.0102

    The Oregon Sustainability Center: Topping Off the List of 'Green' Embarrassments — Oregonian, 2011.1231

    Challenges for the Design Industry in 2012 — New York Times, 2011.1230

    7 Pioneer Passivhaus Projects of 2011 — Jetson Green, 2011.1229

    London's Beloved Bus Returns, with an Update — New York Times, 2011.1229

    16 Leading LEED Platinum Projects of 2011 — Jetson Green, 2011.1228

    Ralph Rapson's Returns with "Rapid Rocker" — Minneapolis Star Tribune, 2011.1228

    Autodesk Inventor Helps Bring Greater Energy Efficiency for Building Retrofits — Autodesk Press Release, 2011.1222

    Research Team at the University of Toronto Launches New Designing Ecological Tourism Website — Canadian Architect, 2011.1221

    Los Angeles Student Housing Community Captures LEED Platinum — Multi-Housing News Online, 2011.1221

    UC Irvine Building Goes LEED Platinum — EarthTechling, 2011.1221

    2011 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence Winners Announced — Canadian Architect, 2011.1219

    Linwood Lands Carbuncle Award — Daily Record, 2011.1215

    Cape Town Home's Stunning Views — Inside Out, 2011.1215

    People and Places 2011.1214 — ArchitectureWeek, 2011.1214

    New Rush Hospital Could Be Chicago's Next Great Building — Chicago Tribune, 2011.1213

    Toyo Ito Museum Opens — Icon Eye, 2011.1213

    Innovative New Zealand Architecture at Its Best — Otago Daily Times, 2011.1211

    A Robert A.M. Stern Building Embodies Tradition at Harvard Law — Boston Globe, 2011.1211

    A-Cero's Modern Planes in Spain — Wall Street Journal, 2011.1209

    Downtown Culver City Development Highlighted by Public Stair. — Architect's Newspaper, 2011.1208

    In a New Mexico Home, No Such Thing as Staying Indoors — New York Times, 2011.1208

    William Menking on the Importance of Mexican Modernism. — Architect's Newspaper, 2011.1206

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