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Murray Fraser's stories

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    Archive21 June, 2007

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    Archive1 March, 2007

    Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future By Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen and Donald Albrecht.Yale University Press, 2006. £40

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    Archive7 December, 2006

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    Archive3 August, 2006

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    Archive17 November, 2005

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    Archive31 March, 2005

    review - lvaro Siza: Private Houses 1954-2004 By Alessandra Cianchetta and Enrico Molteni. Skira, 2004. 232pp. £39

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    Archive13 January, 2005

    review - Zaha Hadid: The Complete Works Thames & Hudson, 2004. £75

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    Archive9 December, 2004

    ajenda - The Annie Spink Award, a biennial prize for outstanding contributions to architectural education, has been split once again - this time between Peter Salter and Wolf Prix. Murray Fraser puts the winners under the spotlight

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    Archive28 October, 2004

    review - Plans, Sections and Elevations: Key Buildings of the Twentieth Century By Richard Weston. Laurence King, 2004. 240pp. £28

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    Archive18 December, 2003

    RIBA Gold Medal winner Rem Koolhaas is acclaimed both for his buildings and his writings. Murray Fraser assesses the work, ideas and influence of a man who likes to shock

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