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With an eye toward new technologies and advances in sustainable design, Affordable Housing Finance magazine challenged architects to use their imagination to envision what affordable housing will look like in the year 2020.
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Swimming Pools on the Beach
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Interior-design law; stabilizing steel against buckling; respect for legal immigrants
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