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Articles from The Architectural Review (July 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
Art outcrop: a strange abstracted intrusion of the outback enriches and completes (for now) Melbourne's adventurous Arts Precinct. Peterson, C. 528
August. Brief Article 238
Centre on artistic man: relax. Greville, Michael Letter to the Editor 698
Cool clean makeover. Brief Article 179
Cultural crossroads: a dramatic new entrance to the Graz exhibition grounds houses a multi-cultural space suitable for all seasons. Jones, Peter Blundell 1096
Dancing bridge: an ingenious intervention into London's ballet complex adds unexpected richness to a humdrum street. 716
Defining ornament. Brittain-Catlin, Timothy Book Review 376
Dorma. Advertisement 119
Engineering enlightenment. Gregory, Rob 1129
Farrell. Advertisement 113
Finding the plot. Open, Bobby Book Review 381
Foil to nature. 1868
Future Designs. Advertisement 107
Gooding Aluminium. Brief Article 118
Gooding Aluminium. Advertisement 118
Institutional excitement. Not. Brief Article 154
Irreversibility, the downfall. Hills, Graham Letter to the Editor 314
Karla Kowalski, founding partner of Szyszkowitz+Kowalski, the immensely inventive organic firm from Graz, has a penetrating eye on the characters of her colleagues. Jones, Peter Blundell Brief Article 117
Local girl makes good. Brief Article 129
Marine curves: using the traditional materials of the surrounding neo-vernacular seaside resort, this holiday house explores memories of the German organic and geological time. Hews, Crispin 424
Musical variations: a fine 1930s broadcasting building has been rescued from decay and transformed into an urban music centre. 517
Networking for modernism. Allan, John Book Review 671
Not the Irish institute. Brief Article 183
Obituary. Obituary 765
Photo finish: carefully inserted into a historic naval warehouse, this photography museum has an enthralling spatial variety. Miles, Henry 995
Pop and posh: buildings both enclose and embody memory, and as such, they are a vital part of civilization. Now, we should be exploring in architecture how pop and posh cultures can enhance each other. 1133
Reynaers. Brief Article 119
Risk taker. Winter, John Book Review 323
Rob Gregory reviews the latest external furniture and lighting products. Gregory, Rob Product/Service Evaluation 804
Sliced toast. Brief Article 311
Spectrum of talent: the AR's Awards for Excellence are an established and popular feature of London's Spectrum annual design show. Here we review the products premiated by the jury. Slessor, Catherine 400
Subtlety up north. Polaszek, Andrew Book Review 344
The world's leading emerging architecture award. 1116
Top of the pops: this arrestingly amoebic new concert hall in Breda exploits the tension between old and new elements. Van Cleef, Connie 695
Vetrotech Saint-Gobain. Advertisement 118
View from Lisbon: in Portugal, traditions of craftsmanship and urbanity are translated for the modern world by a masterly group of architects working in stone and concrete. Brittain-Catlin, Timothy 1011
View: Hamburg celebrates its wealth of architectural talent; obituary, Philip Powell, one of England's most daring and charming architects; Lisbon, how to build an expo that makes a lasting, enjoyable and stylish contribution to the city; is architectural education stuck in an outdated paradigm? Dawson, Layla 631
Wright Style. Advertisement 111
Zuho Zheng Yuan garden, Suzhou looking towards Coolie-hat Pavilion from beside Hall of Thirty-Six Mandarin Ducks. Brief Article 80

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