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    ART OF ANDO IN ST. LOUIS

    The new building for the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando, is a deceptively simple composition of space and light. The PFA building, Ando's first public structure in the United States, celebrated its long-awaited opening in October, 2001.

    — Published 2001.1024

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    OLD WINE IN NEW BUILDINGS

    He's not as well-known as Santiago Calatrava, but Jesus Manzanares is certainly a rising star of contemporary Spanish architecture. Forty-one years old and based in Madrid, this architect has carved out a career specializing in one building type, wineries. He has built his professional reputation during a decade of dramatic economic change in the Spanish wine business. — Published 2001.1017

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    NEW ZEALAND DESIGN AWARDS

    An imaginative yet respectful transformation of a post office into an art gallery, a spatially intriguing, energetic new school, and a simple, serene house that bridges culture and nature. These three projects have won National Awards in the New Zealand Institute of Architects annual celebration of the most successful of that country's new buildings. — Published 2001.0912

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    BUILDING TYPE BASICS FOR MUSEUMS

    After a period of decline, reflecting stagnant public interest in viewing art and in expressing cultural heritage, museum construction took a sharp upturn in the 1980s as the public in the United States and overseas took a new interest in that heritage. — Published 2001.0808

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    A MUSEUM FOR EVERYONE

    The National Museum of Colombia houses a fragile and priceless archeological collection, like many historical museums around the world. How can such collections be made accessible to those whose primary mode of understanding is by touch and sound? — Published 2001.0613

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    ARCHITECTURE: THE CRITICS' CHOICE

    The subtitle says "150 Masterpieces of Western Architecture Selected and Defined by the Experts." In this new book, ten notable architectural critics and historians from the United Kingdom and the United States have combined forces and essays to nominate some of the world's greatest architecture. — Published 2001.0314

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    BRUCE GOFF COMES TO REST AMONG PEERS

    In a 20-month project that culminated in October 2000, Seattle architect Grant Gustafson, AIA took responsibility for the disposition of the remains of the late Bruce Goff eighteen years after the death of the unique teacher and self-taught, iconoclastic architect.

    Gustafson designed a marker, secured funding for it and a burial plot, and brought together Goff aficionados to pay a tribute to the master as he was laid among other greats of 20th century architecture. — Published 2001.0228

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    BRITISH DESIGN AWARDS BY LONDON AIA

    The London/UK Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced in January their 2001 Annual Excellence in Design Awards. Five projects won top honors; three are shown here.

    The jury, made up of Godfrey Bradman, Ken Shuttleworth (Foster and Partners) and Gordon Benson (Benson+Forsyth), praised the quality and variety of the projects submitted. The awards program was coordinated by David Hughes, managing director of the London office of the American firm, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects. — Published 2001.0214

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    FOSTER AND PARTNERS ROOF THE GREAT COURT

    Until recently, the neoclassical British Museum in London was relatively unknown among the monuments of Europe. However, the opening of its Foster and Partners-designed Queen Elizabeth II Great Court has awakened a sleeping giant.

    — Published 2001.0214

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    MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN CUBA

    Book Review: The Havana Guide: Modern Architecture 1925-65, by Eduardo Luis Rodriguez. Princeton Architectural Press, 2000, ISBN 1-56898-210-0.

    Cuba is not made only of sandy beaches and Spanish colonial buildings but has astounding works of modern architecture to present (and to preserve). If the recent movie, "The Buena Vista Social Club" didn't make it clear, this newly published guide to architecture in Havana from 1925 to 1965 surely will. — Published 2000.1220

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