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Downtown Eastside

gentrification. Robert Pickton (w:Robert Pickton), one of Canada's most profilic serial killer (w:serial killer)s, has been found guilty of all six counts of second-degree murder (w:murder) in connection of the deaths of women from the Downtown Eastide (w:Downtown Eastside) in Vancouver (w:Vancouver).


Greenville, South Carolina

credit and having designed little outside of Illinois by 2010—was quickly celebrated in the US media for her achievement, in large part because the tower is purported to be the tallest building in the world designed by an architectural firm headed by a woman. In June 2008, Gang and Aqua appeared on the front cover of the US architecture magazine ''Metropolis,'' and in June 2010, Aqua graced the cover of Architectural Record. Furthermore, Blair Kamin, the Pulitzer Prize-winning


Seville

the forces by using a symmetrical (symmetry) arrangement of cable forces on each side of its support tower; instead, it uses a cantilever tower, set at a 42-degree angle . and loaded by cable stays on only one side. This design


Omaha, Nebraska

of the 30 largest architecture firms in the United States, including HDR, Inc., DLR Group, Inc., and Leo A Daly. Gonchar, J. (2006) "Top 150 Architecture Firms: Integrated firms dominate architecture practice ranking", ''Architectural Record.'' Retrieved 5 30 08. Omaha has the fifth highest percentage of low-income African Americans in the country. Kotock


Toronto

by rail (Rail transport) traffic, which requires straighter and flatter routes. Davidsen, Judith (April 1993) "A new "lite" rail viaduct formula: Norman Foster designs a rapid-transit viaduct for Rennes, France" ''Architectural Record'' 181(4): p.26; Some viaducts have more than one deck, such that one deck has vehicular traffic and another deck having rail traffic. One example of this is the Prince Edward Viaduct in Toronto, Canada

that is to be located in the midst of formal gardens and surrounded by a large park designed by landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic. It will share the site with the Fumihiko Maki designed Aga Khan Museum.


Philadelphia

daily archives 080520kahn.asp title Louis Kahn-Designed House (Still) Up for Sale author David Sokol date May 20, 2008 publisher Architectural Record accessdate January 28, 2011 and was added to Pennsylvania Register of Historic Places in 2009.


Canada

record" ''SuperScience'' 16(6): pp.12–15; Such bridges also lend themselves for use by rail (Rail transport) traffic, which requires straighter and flatter routes. Davidsen, Judith (April 1993) "A new "lite" rail viaduct formula: Norman Foster designs a rapid-transit viaduct for Rennes, France" ''Architectural Record'' 181(4): p.26; Some viaducts have more than one deck, such that one deck has vehicular traffic and another deck having

-06 publisher Architectural Record, The McGraw-Hill Companies accessdate 2008-10-09 Early life Mackay was born in Zorra Township (Zorra, Ontario), Oxford County (Oxford County, Ontario), Canada West (now Ontario), Canada. He received his theological training at Knox College (Knox College, University of Toronto) in Toronto, Princeton Seminary in the United States, and New College, Edinburgh in Scotland, all Presbyterian institutions


France

States Steel trade magazine, ''Time (Time (magazine))'' magazine, ''Architectural Record'', ''Welding Arcs'', ''L’architecture d’aujourd’hui'' (France), ''Techniques et Architecture'' (France) and ''Informes de la Construccion'' (Spain), just to name a few. '''''Hi Fly''''' is a live jazz album by British (United Kingdom) saxophonist (Saxophone) Peter King (Peter King (saxophonist)) with the Philippe Briand Trio


United States

. The article was drawn from interviews with Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Georges Braque. "The Wild Men of Paris", ''Architectural Record'', May 1910. The '''New York Botanical Garden''' ('''NYBG''') is one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States, located in the Bronx in New York City. It spans some

on over sixty records by a variety of artists, including John Mellencamp, Simple Minds, David Bowie, Yann Tiersen, Neil Finn, Sheryl Crow, Iggy Pop, Jewel (Jewel (singer)) and Eels (Eels (band)). Significance The building has been a United States National Historic Landmark since 1971 and was chosen in a 1991 poll (opinion poll) in the magazine, ''Architectural Record'' as one of the 100 most significant buildings in the United States

Larrabee Barnes , the 2007 winner of the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal. Architectural Record News Edward Larrabee Barnes Named 2007 AIA Gold Medal Winner thumb right 250px ''Mask'', Mexico, State of Veracruz, 900-500 B.C. (File:Mask (Mexico, State of Veracruz, 900-500 B.C.).JPG) * The '''American art''' collection includes paintings, sculptures


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