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Architecture

Boston's talent scores a triple

Three local designers win major awards

Leers Weinzapfel, which won the Firm of the Year award from the American Institute of Architects, designed this chilled-water plant for the University of Pennsylvania. The building is wrapped in a circular wall of shimmering glass. Leers Weinzapfel, which won the Firm of the Year award from the American Institute of Architects, designed this chilled-water plant for the University of Pennsylvania. The building is wrapped in a circular wall of shimmering glass.
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 17, 2006

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Local architecture scored a hat trick in recent weeks. Three different architects, all with Boston connections, collected major awards. (Full article: 862 words)

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