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February 19, 2002

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The Civic Trust unveils 2002 awards shortlist [images]- The Architects' Journal (UK)

Architects draft other industries' design software- Chicago Tribune

Exhibition Review: Architecture Comes Alive At [Wadsworth] Atheneum - Ben van Berkel/UN Studio- Hartford Courant/ctnow.com

Try Living in the 'Wheel' World: Viennese architect firm Alles Wird Gut has developed large "hamster" wheels, which change their function by rotating. [images]- Wired News

Rainbow warrior: Will Alsop plans to turn a drab bit of West Bromwich into the Black Country's Pompidou. By Jonathan Glancey- The Guardian (UK)

Preservation moving forward: Now the architectural style from the 1950s known as Miami Modernism -- MIMO -- is having its own day in the sun.- Miami Herald

Mayor Energizes Moskva-City: The central part of the development will be decided by an architectural competition, the guidelines and terms of which will be announced April 1- The Moscow Times

Law Firm's Pipe Dream Comes True By Benjamin Forgey - Studios Architecture- Washinton Post

Charles Plaza renovations given the OK: Plans would replace 'sharp and stark' with a 'festival' air; Three-year project; Redesign includes grocery store, shops, one lobby for towers- Baltimore Sun

New outlook on energy: Energy smart design principles on display at the new Delfin Springfield Lakes development- Infolink (Australia)

Under construction? Yes, maybe and no: Downtown mega developments face tentative buyers and cautious lenders- Chicago Tribune

Product News: DuPont Teijin Films and CPFilms Alliance Works to Improve Building Safety- PRNewswire

Lord Foster: Stormin' Norman: As London's Millennium Bridge finally solves its wobble, Andrew Walker of the BBC's News Profiles Unit looks at the high-flying career of its designer, Norman Foster.- BBC News


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