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Architecture

Sustaining a positive trend

Artists for Humanity facility is EpiCenter of architectural ideals

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / January 1, 2006

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The building is called the EpiCenter. One detail sums up the whole place. It's the railing of the mezzanine, which is constructed out of a row of automobile windshields. (Full article: 848 words)

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