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    New Éire: Ireland's modernist self-fashioning ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    14.01.2011

    Ireland is in a reflective mood these days. With the island nation on the edge of Europe facing up to the reality of a severely damaged economy and a decimated construction industry, nostalgia is doing what it's wont to do. A recently published book

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    Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

    Alyn Griffiths

    18.12.2010

    'Waste not, want not' is an expression that has become increasingly pertinent in recent years as economic conditions have forced many of us to tighten our belts and make the most of what we have, rather than constantly replacing old with new. This

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    Bucharest: The 2010 Mix

    Alexander Horne

    16.12.2010

    In the world of design, China's rapid-manufacturing prowess and the oil-fuelled 'tabula rasa' urban developments of countries such as the UAE and Kazakhstan have given cause for thought in a typically Western-dominated field. But what of the

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    Real Terms: the authentic approach of architects Carmody ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    10.12.2010

    'Emerging', 'the ones to watch' and 'the stars of tomorrow' are just some of the labels that have been applied of late to young London-based architectural practice Carmody Groarke. Founded just four years ago, the studio has more than proved its

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    Quiet Musings: Andres Lepik

    David Sokol

    30.11.2010

    A series of new architecture commissions and exhibitions suggests that museums might no longer be in the business of pageantry. In this first part of a short series examining post-spectacle museums, Museum of Modern Art contemporary architecture

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    Erst Moskau, dann die Welt: Corporate Architecture der neuen ...

    Susanne Fritz

    04.11.2010

    Das Leben ist eine Suche – mit diesem Slogan wirbt Google in Russland. Doch in erster Linie sucht Google selbst: Nach mehr Usern, denn im Gegensatz zu Googles Vorherrschaft in anderen Ländern ist der Marktanteil in Russland bei ca. 20 % stagniert.

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    Picnic, plants, architecture - the fascinating world of ...

    Susanne Fritz

    25.09.2010

    One of today's most outstanding architects has been selected as the guest of honour at this year's "Interieur" trade fair in Kortrijk (Belgium). Junya Ishigami, a pupil of Kazuyo Sejima, is the founder of junya.ishigami+associates, lecturer at the

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    The Presence of Absence: Detroit's haunting ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    03.09.2010

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    Viaducts: new urban encounters

    Tim Abrahams

    21.08.2010

    An intelligent approach to repurposing disused viaducts is providing a number of cities with new public spaces that delight users with fresh and intriguing perspectives of familiar urban landscapes. Architonic examines how such projects, in turning

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    Right on So Many Levels: innovative car-park design

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    18.08.2010

    When Joni Mitchell sang that 'they paved paradise and put up a parking lot', she neatly expressed our none-too-positive relationship with that most modern of building types, the car park. Architonic invites you to pull up to the bumper and take a

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    A Size Issue

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    31.07.2010

    Architonic reviews '1:1 – Architects Build Small Spaces', the latest exhibition at London's Victoria & Albert Museum

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    Over Site: how Caracas's new cable-car system is making ...

    David Sokol

    29.07.2010

    Once so disenfranchised that they didn't even appear on maps of the city, Caracas's favelas are, thanks to projects such as the technically and politically remarkable MetroCable transport system in San Agustín, acquiring a social legitimacy. Here,

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    Route Master: the 2010 London Festival of Architecture

    Tim Abrahams

    17.07.2010

    With the 2012 Olympics coming round that last bend and into view, this year's geographic-route-fixated London Festival of Architecture decided on 'The Welcoming City' as its theme. But just how welcome was that as an idea...

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    Exhibition: Richard Neutra in Europe (1960–1970)

    Susanne Fritz

    07.07.2010

    Between 1960 and 1970, so in just ten years, the American architect Richard Neutra (*1892 in Vienna, †1970 in Wuppertal) had eight villas constructed in Europe; four in Switzerland (one of which was the only one to be built without a flat roof),

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    Look Who's Talking: architecture in the ...

    Alexander Horne

    16.06.2010

    If architecture is the accumulation of centuries of knowledge, then what of its existence in an era of perpetual and instantaneous updates that the Internet and social networking brings? For a technology-driven industry, it seems slow to embrace the

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    Camouflage Architecture: underground buildings

    Susanne Fritz

    10.06.2010

    If you're familiar with the Wombles, then you probably encountered underground architecture at any early age. The Wombles' home was located in the London suburb of Wimbledon, close to the underground station, and embodied every child's dream:

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    A Railroad Runs Through It

    David Sokol

    28.05.2010

    When Manhattan's High Line – a disused section of freight railtrack turned magical stretch of urban park – opened in 2009, New Yorkers took to the sky. But the innovative conversion of the former train corridor by James Corner Field Operations

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    Rezension: 'Mythos Metropolis' von Franziska ...

    Susanne Junker

    20.05.2010

    Die Stadt mit ihrem Reichtum an narrativen und mythischen Bildwelten hat über eine lange Zeit hinweg einen besonderen Topos in der modernen Vorstellungswelt belegt. Ein neues Buch von Franziska Bollerey, herausgegeben in deutscher und englischer

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    Sarasota Revisited: Architonic explores the architectural ...

    David Sokol

    15.05.2010

    The 'Sarasota School of Architecture' was coined as an historical term by architect Gene Leedy in the 1980s to describe the unique mid-century, European-Modernism-meets-Florida architecture of the city. Here, we examine how the physical legacy of

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    Making an Exhibition of Ourselves: Architonic deciphers some ...

    Tim Abrahams

    15.05.2010

    No form of architecture is perhaps as loaded with rhetoric as the expo pavilion. With hundreds of countries currently jostling at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai to attract visitors into their little piece of home, Architonic takes a look at what's at

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    'Form follows fear': in conversation with Roberto ...

    David Sokol

    28.04.2010

    Architonic talks to Miami-based artists Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt about the relation between art and architecture, and how public space has become more contested than ever.

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    Getting high in London: the 2012 Olympic city's ...

    Tim Abrahams

    22.04.2010

    When Mayor of London Boris Johnson unveiled the design of a 115-metre-high steel tower by renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor, which is to be built next to the city's new 2012 Olympic Stadium, the reaction from press and public was one of emphatic

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    'Harmonious Anarchy': revisiting Hak Nam, Hong ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    09.04.2010

    When photographer Greg Girard decided to visit the notorious, citadel-like 'Walled City' slum in Hong Kong's Kowloon, where the daily lives of 35,000 people played out, he was told he may not come back alive. Luckily for him, he did. And, luckily for

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    The windows of the world: new full-height glazing systems

    Susanne Fritz

    30.03.2010

    In ancient times, windows would be covered with animal skins or fabrics to keep the elements at bay. It was only from the 12th century onwards that glass was used in windows. Large expanses of glazing have only been possible, however, in the

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    Rezension: 'Heavenly Vaults' von David Stephenson

    Susanne Junker

    23.03.2010

    Wir leben in einer Zeit, in der Sakral-Architektur zum emotionalen Thema geworden ist. (Man denke an die jüngst getroffene Entscheidung der Schweiz, den Bau von Minaretten zu verbieten.) David Stephensons Buch mit beeindruckenden Fotografien von

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    Rezension: 'Snøhetta Works' von Snøhetta

    Susanne Junker

    20.03.2010

    Architonic hat für Sie einen Blick in die neue Werkmonografie des norwegischen Architekturbüros 'Snøhetta' geworfen und entdeckte dabei, was sich unter einer Schneekuppe so alles befinden kann...

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    Vitra Brings It Home

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    22.02.2010

    It's all round to Vitra's place in Weil am Rhein as the leading design manufacturer opens its striking new VitraHaus, designed by Herzog & de Meuron.

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    Alfred Messels Wertheimbauten in Berlin

    Susanne Junker

    07.01.2010

    Der Beginn der modernen Architektur in Deutschland. Mit einem Verzeichnis zu Messels Werken

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    Das Labyrinthische

    Susanne Junker

    03.12.2009

    Über die Idee des Verborgenen, Rätselhaften, Schwierigen in der Geschichte der Architektur

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    High Alpine buildings – modern day witch houses

    Susanne Fritz

    04.11.2009

    Thanks to prefabrication and new methods of transportation, construction in the mountains is more efficient than ever, and better able to take into consideration the specifics of these sites in terms of construction methods and architecture – be it

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    Adolf Loos

    Susanne Junker

    19.10.2009

    Adolf Loos

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    Photography to go to rack and ruin

    NoéMie Schwaller

    29.09.2009

    Tim Süss

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    Transit Shopping

    Susanne Fritz

    29.09.2009

    From passage space to urban satellite

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    Intuitive Interaction

    Nora Schmidt

    29.09.2009

    Tent Digital at this year's London Design Week

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    Media Façade

    Susanne Fritz

    28.09.2009

    A new form of art in architecture

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    Die besten Einfamilienhäuser in der Stadt

    Susanne Junker

    17.09.2009

    Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz

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    Laces of Architecture

    NoéMie Schwaller

    07.09.2009

    exhibition at Maison de l'architecture et de la ville

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    The Venetian City Garden

    Susanne Junker

    03.09.2009

    Place, Typology and Perception

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    Parque Biblioteca España

    NoéMie Schwaller

    10.08.2009

    part of the library park in Medellín

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    Memory

    NoéMie Schwaller

    08.08.2009

    an architectural Sculpture by Technology-Nature-Tradition

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    Peter Cook: On Lines and Shadows

    David Sokol

    05.08.2009

    Peter Cook is a Washington, DC–based principal of Davis Brody Bond Aedas

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    Architecture &

    Architonic

    29.07.2009

    a themed publication by the University of Edinburgh

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    Herning Museum of Contemporary Art

    NoéMie Schwaller

    15.07.2009

    designed by Steven Holl Architects

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    Remembering Jan Kaplický - Architect of Future Systems

    NoéMie Schwaller

    12.07.2009

    The Design Museum London pays tribute to the astonishing architect

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    Eight Linked Towers

    Architonic

    11.07.2009

    Best Tall Building 2009 in the Asia and Australia category by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

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    Wohnhäuser

    Susanne Junker

    28.06.2009

    Die besten der Welt

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    A walk through history

    Architonic

    25.06.2009

    Proposal for the Macedonia Fight Museum

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    O.H.W.O.W.

    NoéMie Schwaller

    24.06.2009

    O.H.W.O.W presents 'The Greasy Spoon'

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    155 Cumberland

    NoéMie Schwaller

    23.06.2009

    2009 house on 1960 house

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    Sedus in Dogern

    Sedus

    03.06.2009

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    Katharina Grosse. I'd like a large studio in the centre ...

    Susanne Junker

    02.06.2009

    Facts Author: Katharina Grosse (ed.) 144 pages, 120 illustrations 17.5 x 23.5 cm, hard cover Verlag Lars Müller Publishers, CH-Baden 2009 Publisher's recommended price: 29.90 EUR ISBN 978-3-03778-168-5 Text German

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    Deadline Today!

    wonderland

    28.05.2009

    Architectural and competitive practices across Europe: challenged and topically presented by wonderland

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    Frank Lloyd Wright

    Susanne Junker

    18.05.2009

    Sein Leben erzählt in Briefen, Plänen, Dokumenten (His life in letters, plans, documents)

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    Haus K. in O. (House K. in O.)

    Susanne Junker

    11.05.2009

    Eine Villa von Martin Elsaesser für Philipp F. Reemtsma (A villa by Martin Elsaesser for Philipp F. Reemtsma)

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    Economic crisis – disaster or opportunity?

    Dr. phil. Friederike Mehlau Wiebking

    07.05.2009

    Investment in public spaces

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    Grand Pari(s)

    NoéMie Schwaller

    06.05.2009

    President Sarkozy announces revival plan for Paris

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    Carchitecture

    Susanne Fritz

    04.05.2009

    an architectural roadtrip

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    Urban Swiss Design: Glattalbahn Zurich

    Dr. phil. Friederike Mehlau Wiebking

    28.04.2009

    Architonic Series 'Investment Stimulus for Public Projects', Article 1

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    Festival of temporary architecture?

    NoéMie Schwaller

    28.04.2009

    Architectural highlights of the Milan fair booths

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    Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics

    Nora Schmidt

    17.04.2009

    by Morphosis

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    Grand Stand 2

    Susanne Junker

    10.04.2009

    Design for Trade Fair Stands

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    ORDOS 100 #34

    Architonic

    10.04.2009

    designed by NU architectuuratelier

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    The UAE Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010 breaks ground

    Foster + Partners

    03.04.2009

    Designed by Foster + Partners

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    The Matchbox strikes

    Architonic

    01.04.2009

    Amsterdam mixed use design receives aesthetics approval

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    Sanitary fixtures as furniture, taps as sculptural objects

    Nils Becker

    30.03.2009

    We analyse the trends at this year's ISH in Frankfurt

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    Habitat Machines

    Nora Schmidt

    26.03.2009

    The architectural photographies of Dave Trautrimas

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    Herzog & de Meuron 1997 - 2001

    Susanne Junker

    17.03.2009

    Das Gesamtwerk Band 4 (The complete projects Volume 4)

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    Escape Hill

    Architonic

    17.03.2009

    Aceh Tsunami Museum offers tribute to victims and survivors

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    schmidt hammer lassen architects to build largest library in ...

    SHL Architects

    09.03.2009

    Scandinavia's largest public library will be realized on the waterfront of Aarhus in western Denmark

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    Housing moves on

    Susanne Junker

    06.03.2009

    Architects and their views – positions on housing design

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    Box of Tricks

    Architonic

    03.03.2009

    It looks like open space, but behind movable walls, this tiny apartment holds surprises.

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    Opening MUMUTH

    NoéMie Schwaller

    02.03.2009

    "It should be possible not just to hear the music but also to see it." - Ben van Berkel

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    Landhäuser in Berlin (Berlin residences) 1933-1945

    Susanne Junker

    23.02.2009

    Die Bauwerke und Kunstdenkmäler von Berlin (Berlin's architectural works and artistic monuments)

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    Urban Art Photography

    Susanne Junker

    09.02.2009

    Facts: Author: www.urban-art.info, Jürgen Große 216 pages, numerous illustrations Format 29,7 x 32,0 cm, bound Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag Berlin 2008 Publisher's recommended price: 49.90 EUR Language: deutsch/englisch ISBN: 978-3-89955-205-8

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    The Modulor House

    Nora Schmidt

    09.02.2009

    The Berlin material supplier for architects and designers opens a creative store in Moritzplatz, Kreuzberg

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    In Detail: Materials for Interiors

    Susanne Junker

    30.01.2009

    Aesthetics, Technology, Implementation

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    An intermediate space

    Nora Schmidt

    30.01.2009

    'Landed' by Eric Degenhardt for Richard Lampert

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    Unsung America: Pop!Tech

    David Sokol

    28.01.2009

    A Holiday Among Giants

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    Europe´s Bio-Battery

    Nora Schmidt

    16.01.2009

    Zeekracht. OMA's North Sea master plan

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    RELAXX sport and leisure center

    Architonic

    12.01.2009

    by AK2 Architects

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    Details

    Susanne Junker

    05.01.2009

    Ideas and Solutions for the Interior

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    Welcome to Vertigo

    NoéMie Schwaller

    22.12.2008

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    Anish Kapoor: Memory

    Susanne Junker

    19.12.2008

    Exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim / Berlin until 1.2.2009

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    Pilgrims Architecture

    Nora Schmidt

    19.12.2008

    Service Areas on Ruta Peregrino in Mexico

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    The new Vitruvius, or what is architecture?

    Susanne Junker

    12.12.2008

    Series Bauwelt Fundamente Vol. 141

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    On a large scale

    Klaus Leuschel

    12.12.2008

    The architecture of Jean Tschumi (1904 – 1962)

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    Birkerød Sports and Leisure Centre

    Architonic

    10.12.2008

    by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

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    “Urban Canyon” Townhouses Create Eco-Friendly Village ...

    Graphisoft Eva Etzel

    04.12.2008

    B9 Architects design sustainable multi-family project with ArchiCAD

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    Maine Journal: Needles in Haystack

    David Sokol

    03.12.2008

    Stuart Kestenbaum is director of Haystack Mountain School of Crafts

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    No Man's Land's Water Supply

    NoéMie Schwaller

    27.11.2008

    Fresh Water Thanks to «No Man’s Land» for the Dead Sea Region

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    FlatPak

    Nora Schmidt

    26.11.2008

    High quality prefab architecture

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    The quiet revolution

    Nora Schmidt

    26.11.2008

    How mini-windmills find their way into urban spaces

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    Laboratory of the future in the desert

    Cyril Kennel

    26.11.2008

    In 2015 the world's first carbon neutral city will be ready for occupation near Abu Dhabi. The main role here will be played by pedestrians.

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    Unsung America: Less Callous in Calais

    David Sokol

    26.11.2008

    The new land port of entry in Calais, Maine, is designed by Robert Siegel Architects

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    Prefab, High-Concept and Green

    Architonic

    26.11.2008

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    The floating home

    NoéMie Schwaller

    26.11.2008

    House boat by Confused-Direction

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