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    BLACKFRIARS SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSE

    The recent opening of the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia marks a tribute to the original Blackfriars, William Shakespeare's favorite indoor theater. The new building's interior displays an authenticity born of extensive research by its architect, Tom McLaughlin, AIA. — Published 2001.1107

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    AQUARIUM AS LAKESIDE LANDSCAPE

    The shore of Lake Superior, which forms part of the border between the United States and Canada, is a rugged, elemental landscape of rock, trees, and water. This vast region is unique in its geological, historical, natural, and cultural significance.

    An award-winning aquarium and science center, conceived by architects Holt Hinshaw, and realized by Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA), celebrates the magnificence of this region. — Published 2001.1031

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    OFFICE INFILL TREADS LIGHTLY

    The BP Amoco Research Center posed several challenges to its architects. The client wanted the 40-building campus to have a new corporate identity expressed in a high-profile marker at its entrance. Three existing buildings needed to be connected through a central circulation space. And to keep costs down, the addition needed to impose minimum disruption on the existing structure. — Published 2001.1024

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    RADIO SPACE TAKES OFF

    It may look like Captain Kirk's command station as he navigates the Starship Enterprise through a TV episode of Star Trek. In reality, it's XM Satellite Radio, Inc.'s new broadcast operations center. The high-tech facility was beamed up by Studios Architecture out of a century-old printing plant in Washington, DC. — Published 2001.1024

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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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    PRESERVING DOO-WOP

    Visitors to Wildwood cross a bridge from the New Jersey mainland to the island beach resort and step back about 50 years. Rows of small-scale, multicolored motels sit beside swimming pools and copious bright green plastic palm trees. Beaming over the motels are oversized neon signs in pink, green, yellow, and blue. — Published 2001.1017

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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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    ENGINEERING FORENSICS OF COLLAPSE

    Behind the slowly shrinking heaps of rubble in lower Manhattan and Arlington, Virginia, a phalanx of forensic engineers, supported by a variety of research grants, is working against the flow of debris as it is carted off to recycling sites and landfills, searching for clues about how three of the largest U.S. buildings were mortally wounded. — Published 2001.1017

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    TIMBER FRAME HOUSES

    Anyone who steps inside a timber-frame, or post-and-beam, house for the first time invariably comes away impressed even a bit awed by what is encountered. The complete structural skeleton of the house is on view, but it's not just any structure: It is like entering a strange yet beautifully natural forest of sturdy wood trunks, graceful limbs, and branches that soar high overhead. — Published 2001.1010

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    PRINTWORKS, DUBLIN PART 4

    This is the fourth part of a four-part series on the Printworks in Dublin, which in summer 2001 won the Silver Medal for Housing from the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI).

    In two houses built in Dublin's inner suburbs, Derek Tynan has used his evolving collage-like technique, of what might be termed heterogeneous rationality, to impressive effect. — Published 2001.1010

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