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Articles from The Architectural Review (September 1, 2003)

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Abacus lighting. 95
Antipodean cocoon: this unusual holiday house in the Australian bush is a lyrical yet highly practical response to site and climate. 454
Bath time: returning to the city that helped launch his career in the mid-1970s, Nicholas Grimshaw re-contextualizes his machine aesthetic in the heart of Georgian Bath. Gregory, Rob Cover Story 1411
Berlin big top: enclosed by a spectacular circus tent-like roof, the revitalised Tempodrom in Berlin draws on its original spirit of imagination and informality. 521
Berlusconi to rape Veneto: one of the most disastrous planning moves of the twentieth century was Mussolini's decision to drive the Via dei Fori Imperiale through the ancient classical fora in the heart of Rome. Now, the Berlusconi government threatens to carry out an equally vile desecration--of the precious and tranquil landscape tapestry of the Veneto. 526
Californian Idylls: private landscapes, modernist gardens in Southern California. Lyall, Sutherland Book Review 264
Central focus: now near completion, this mixed-use building boldly combines three very disparate elements, shopping mall, university and office tower, to try to create an urban and social centre in the middle of sprawling suburbs. 1391
City varieties: an unusual mix of uses and architectural ingenuity make this municipal building both dramatic and popular. Brensing, Christian 666
Corus Colours. 91
Diary. Brief Article 241
Dinesen floors. 90
Gooding Aluminium. 92
Gooding Aluminium. 95
Gooding Aluminium. 113
Hackney rises: new meets old--materials and functions combine to complete a dense cluster of live/work spaces in north-east London. 869
Life of Riley: having recently received the prestigious Japanese Award for the Arts, Artist Laureate Bridget Riley takes us from black and white to vibrant technicolour at Tate Britain, in an exhibition that begins and ends with her latest wall drawing composition with circles 3. Gregory, Rob 899
Market forces: this historic Art Nouveau era market in Valencia has been imaginatively restored to become part of city life once more. Webb, Michael 835
Material gain: Material World: innovative structures and finishes for interiors. Brookes, Alan Book Review 436
Not transparent enough. Frils, Anatolie Letter to the Editor 146
Renderplas. 86
Service and light in Jyvaskyla: as Rogelio Salmona received the Alvar Aalto Award, speakers at the Jyvaskyla symposium pondered on the morality and politics of light and space. 384
Structurally sound: Masters of Structure: engineering today's innovative buildings. Hunt, Tony Book Review 377
Sutherland Lyall nimbly steers his magic carpet through the nebulous and confusing post-modern clouds of the internet. Lyall, Sutherland 1076
The joy of mix: in the historical evolution of cities, mixed use is nothing new, but such forms of development still have immense contemporary relevance in the pursuit of sustainability and a more humane and enriching view of the urban realm. Slessor, Catherine 1105
This striking new maze in the grounds of Kielder Castle in Northumbrland evokes the dark, primeval spirit of the legendary Minotaur, doomed to roam forever in its stone labyrinth. 357
Timber bubble: wrapped in a dramatic timber gridshell, this viewing platform at Helsinki Zoo is an imaginative exercise in construction. 394
Users and creativity: actions of architecture: architects and creative users. Open, Bobby Book Review 341
View from Palermo, Sicily: Palermo is like nowhere else, next to Africa but in Europe, combining traces of great historic riches with extraordinary squalor only gradually being alleviated. 1222
Wonderful bamboo: grow your own house--Simon Velez and bamboo architecture. Voelcker, Adam Book Review 557
Wrightstyle. 84

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