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Europe


Austria
Graz: Austria's Medieval Masterpiece  (Apr 2002)
Vienna: A Classic Mix  (Aug 2001)
Wiener Werkstatte: A Revolutionary Design Movement From Vienna  (Oct 1987)

France
Christian de Portzamparc: 'Highwire' Prize Architect  (Dec 1994)
Deauville's Mighty Timbers  (Aug 1991)
Jean Prouve: Seminal Architect  (Apr 1991)
Pei's Pyramid  (Mar 1990)
Mitterrand's Great Projects  (Sep 1989)
Public Forum: Three Great Uses of Urban Space  (May 1988)
Europe's Great Railway Terminals  (May 1987)

Italy
Phoenix Rising  (Oct 2007)
Renzo Piano: An Interview With Architecture's Renaissance Man  (Oct 1998)
Rome: A Mosque for the Eternal City  (Dec 1992)
The Pliny Project  (Feb 1990)
Renzo Piano: Renaissance Man Reincarnate  (Nov 1989)
Gae Aulenti: Italy's Most Talked-About Architect  (Oct 1988)
Public Forum: Three Great Uses of Urban Space  (May 1988)
Aldo Rossi: Recomposing the Past in Cities of the Future  (Apr 1988)
Europe's Great Railway Terminals  (May 1987)

Norway
Norway's Bergen Port Town: Treasures in Stone and Wood  (Sep 2001)
Oslo's Gardermoen Airport: 'The Soul of Norway'  (Apr 2000)
Norway's 'Jugendstil' Town  (Sep 1998)
From LA to Oslo to Egypt: Snohetta Resurrects Alexandrian Library  (Feb 1997)

Spain
Transforming Prisons into Museums: Architectural Adaptation in Iberia (Jan 2014)
Mezquita: Two Religions Under One Roof  (May 2007)
Historic Antigua: In the Image of Spain  (Jan 2001)
Jose Rafael Moneo: Spain's Architect Laureate  (Dec 1996)
Santiago Calatrava: Going Natural With High Tech  (Jan 1994)
Sprucing Up Madrid  (Jun 1992)
Barcelona: Arena of Vision  (Dec 1991)
Ricardo Bofill: The Modern Classicist as Architect  (Oct 1987)
Antonio Gaudi: The Pride of Barcelona  (Apr 1987)

Switzerland
Revolutionary Railways  (Nov 1990)
Le Corbusier: Architect of the Century  (Jun 1987)

United Kingdom
British Schools of Thought  (Feb 1993)
London's New Art Museums  (Mar 1992)
Terry Farrell: Creating the Jewel of the Thames  (Feb 1992)
New Modernism Reshapes Britain  (Oct 1991)
Make Way for Contextual Architecture  (Mar 1991)
Revolutionary Railways  (Nov 1990)
American Architects: The American Revenge  (Jun 1990)
Leon Krier: Crusader Against Post-Modernism  (Apr 1990)
Ovals, Squares, and Duodecagons  (Apr 1989)
Norman Foster: The Man Who Reinvented the Skyscraper  (Jan 1989)
Disenchantment With Modernism: The New English Classicists  (Dec 1988)
Public Forum: Three Great Uses of Urban Space  (May 1988)
Europe's Great Railway Terminals  (May 1987)

Other Europe
Transforming Prisons into Museums: Architectural Adaptation in Iberia (Jan 2014)
Bauhaus: The Experiment That Changed The World of Design (Nov 2012)
Greece's Fingers of God  (Jun 2010)
Eero Saarinen's Legacy  (Jun 2008)
Weimar: The Fabulous Ferris Wheel  (Oct 2007)
Exploring Medieval Art in New York  (Apr 2007)
German Phoenix: East Berlin's Capital Statement  (Aug 2004)
Ralph Erskine: Building Relationships  (Jul 1996)
Hungary Goes Organic  (Jul 1992)
El Lissitzky: Architect of the Russian Avant-Garde  (Sep 1991)
Leon Krier: Crusader Against Post-Modernism  (Apr 1990)
Marvels of Romanesque Prague  (Jul 1989)
Alvar Aalto: Is There Any Finnish Architect After Him?  (Jan 1988)
Danish Architecture Offers Communal Experiments  (Mar 1987)

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