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    NEUTRA HOUSE IN PALM SPRINGS DESTROYED

    Preservationists and admirers of modern architecture were angered to learn of the surprise demolition last month of the Samuel and Luella Maslon House. This house in Rancho Mirage, California, designed in 1962 by Richard Neutra, was a celebrated residential works by the modernist master.

    The new owners, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Rotenberg of Hopkins, Minnesota, had recently purchased the property for $2.45 million. They had the building destroyed within 30 days of taking possession. — Published 2002.0424

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    GLENN MURCUTT PRITZKER PRIZE

    Australian architect Glenn Murcutt has been awarded the 26th annual Pritzker Prize. He is internationally known for environmentally sensitive modernist houses that respond to their climate and surroundings in the vast Australian landscape. — Published 2002.0417

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    CALIFORNIA PRESERVATION AWARDS 2002

    The California Preservation Foundation presented its 19th Annual Preservation Design Awards in February 2002 to 21 projects that have rescued diverse historic resources. — Published 2002.0410

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    BRITISH AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2002

    Each year American architects living and working in Britain gather to celebrate architectural achievements in their adoptive home. The Excellence in Design Awards, a program of the American Institute of Architects London/UK Chapter, honors projects by UK-based architects wherever they work and by international architects working in the United Kingdom. — Published 2002.0403

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    NEW HUB, NO HUBCAPS

    The Edward H. McNamara Terminal in Detroit, Michigan opened to passengers on February 24th. This major new terminal, for Northwest Airlines' largest hub, is designed to reposition Wayne County's Detroit Metropolitan Airport as a world-class facility, with architecture demonstrating the latest in passenger amenities. — Published 2002.0313

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    PROPOSALS FOR REBUILDING

    What should be done with the World Trade Center site in New York? Should it become a memorial park? Or should new buildings go up, and if so, should they rise as high as their predecessors? Or higher? When you ask these questions of over 100 internationally known architects, you can expect to receive a broad range of answers. — Published 2002.0306

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    A HOUSING VISION

    To redress the lack of design attention that public housing in the United Kingdom has received in recent years, the Architecture Foundation and Circle 33 Housing Group organized "Accommodating Change," an international competition in housing innovation. In January 2002, they announced the student winner, Ema Bonifacic. She joins professional-category winner Peter Barber, who was announced last autumn. — Published 2002.0227

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    ARCHITECTURE, INTERIORS, URBAN DESIGN—AIA HONOR AWARDS 2002

    In January, the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its premier awards program. "Each winning project offers its users or inhabitants an opportunity to enjoy a sense of place, beauty, or functionality that is the hallmark of wonderful architecture." — Published 2002.0220

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    GEORGIA DESIGNS

    A light-filled office building, an elegantly simple house, and an innovative hospital are some of the exceptional projects showcased in the 2001 AIA Georgia Awards. This year's winners were selected from a wide range of scales and building types. The jury believe the chosen projects demonstrate some of the best of contemporary design. — Published 2002.0213

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    SERT'S MIRO FOUNDATION

    In 1974, Spanish architect Joseph Lluis Sert completed the Miró Foundation, a museum in Barcelona dedicated to his friend, modern artist Joan Miró. The light-filled galleries were as varied as the artwork they were designed to display. — Published 2002.0206

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