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This is Alvar Aalto.
Alvar Aalto Foundation
July 07, 2006
The 125th anniversary of Iittala will be marked by an exhibition of the architecture and design work of Alvar Aalto (1898-1876). The exhibition brings out the unusually extensive and varied work of this famous architect and designer, which covers architecture, furniture design, light fittings and glassware.
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RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects British Architectural Library
July 07, 2006
RIBA researcher is trying to locate examples of the RIBA Royal Gold Medal which may be in collections across the UK and beyond. The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, instituted by Queen Victoria in 1848, is one of the most prestigious architectural awards in the world.
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The Social Dimension of the Heritage
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
July 07, 2006
The International Federation for the Conservation of the Heritage organizes from 1992, and each two years the International Congress of Rehabilitation of the Architectonic Heritage and Edification with the objective of exchanging experiences and fix guides of action in defence of the cultural Heritage.
The 1st. Congress took place in Tenerife, Spain, in 1992; the II was developed in Mar del Plata, Argentina; the III in Granada, Spain; the IV in La Habana, Cuba; the V in Florence, Italy; the VI in San Bernardino, Paraguay; the VII in Yaiza, Lanzarote.
The VIII International Congress will take place in Buenos Aires and Salta, Argentina.
The Social Dimension of the Heritage has been elected as subject of basis for the development of the next Congress.
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The European Architectural History Network
The New Institute, (former Netherlands Architecture Institute NAI)
July 06, 2006
The European Architectural History Network is the first step in the creation of a European Society for Architectural History that will support research and education by providing a public forum for the dissemination of knowledge on the history of architecture in Europe and among scholars of European architecture.
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Remembering Pilgrim Baptist Church
Chicago Architecture Foundation
February 10, 2006
The Chicago Architecture Foundation is hosting a discussion of the lost Chicago landmark, Pilgrim Baptist Church, on Thursday, March 2, 6 pm, at the ArchiCenter in the Santa Fe Building, 224 S. Michigan Avenue. The discussion will focus on both the architectural and historical significance of the church as well as efforts to rebuild.

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