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Articles from The Architectural Review (September 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
100% Design. 765
Adoration of the Shepherds, out of From Flanders to Florence. Brief Article 124
Archisweets. Lyall, Sutherland 125
Atlas response. McLeod, Virginia Letter to the Editor 577
Bawa--genius of the place. Laird, Simon 716
Blue lagoon: Herzog & de Meuron take the plunge into Barcelona's latest urban clean-up. Gregory, Rob Cover Story 1129
Bring on the word counters. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 297
Building with the elements: in the quest to evolve a more ecologically balanced approach to living and building, humankind's immemorial and intuitive relationship with the elements offers the potential to bring nature and architecture into greater accord. Slessor, Catherine 1104
Diary. 252
Divine intervention: Renzo Piano's huge new basilica in southern Italy reconciles the spiritual and practical needs of modern pilgrims. Slessor, Catherine 873
Dreaming spires. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 236
Eye do: a verdant forest landscape forms the backdrop for this ingenious little Japanese wedding chapel. Slessor, Catherine 358
Filling the gap. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 152
Flower Tower: wrapped in an outer layer of bamboo, this housing block is a vertical urban garden. 622
Geography lesson: this addition to a historic institution responds sensitively to context and landscape. 640
Humble approaches. Ward, Colin Book Review 243
Jean Nouvel's Torre Agbar. Gregory, Rob Brief Article 221
Living on the edge; Walters & Cohen's house: a threshold between suburbia and the South Pacific. Bevan, Robert 805
Living with the elements: the Korean house; In Korea, the relationship between climate, culture and building generates a distinctive domestic architecture that works with, rather than against, the elements and has wider lessons for building and living in harmony with nature. Jones, Peter Blundell 2407
Seeing the light: in the best Baroque tradition, light is used to create spatial and atmospheric illusions in this new church. Brensing, Christian 541
So here you go again, AR. Baldinger, Dror Letter to the Editor 85
Stone symphony. Weston, Richard Book Review 452
Sutherland Lyall samples the wares of the web and picks some sweet treats. Lyall, Sutherland Brief Article 184
The DinA range by Wilkhahn: versatile work interiors. Advertisement 340
This planted wall on a Tokyo boulevard elevates a simple site hoarding into an extraordinary living work of art intended to engage with and stimulate the senses. Slessor, Catherine 387
Urban ideals. Open, Bobby Book Review 339
Vesely at last. Davies, Colin Book Review 526
War broke the Mostar bridge, one of the most emblematic buildings in the Balkans. Now, it has been triumphantly restored. Davey, Peter 1414
Water music: a new concert hall complex in Hamburg draws on the city's maritime history. Dawson, Layla 595

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