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3Novices:Beams of daylight "streak across the walls" at Bing Thom's aquatics centre in British Columbia

3Novices:Psychopaths feel fear but face trouble in responding: Study

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3Novices:Renzo Piano to lead recovery plan following Italian earthquake

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3Novices:Wooden boxes define rooms and mezzanines in Loft House by CAPD

3Novices:Early bed time may be warning sign for heart problems in men: study

3Novices:Welton Becket's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion stars in Kenzo perfume advert

3Novices:Bruno Lucas Dias adds timber skeleton to Portuguese accessories boutique

3Novices:Students create Night Train party pavilion for former brewery in Latvia

3Novices:Designs of the Year 2016 nominees announced

3Novices:David Adjaye's NMAAHC gets set to open in Washington DC

3Novices:Lloyd Architects builds community-oriented farmhouse in Utah

3Novices:Alexandre Chapelin designs resin tables to look like the ocean

3Novices:Zaha Hadid's 2007 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion put up for sale at Chatsworth House

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3Novices:Londoners demand skyscraper height restrictions

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3Novices:Lack of key enzyme may cause alcohol dependence: Study

3Novices:Artificial intelligence accelerates breast cancer risk prediction

3Novices:Patients operated on at night twice more likely to die: Study

3Novices:Patients operated on at night twice more likely to die: study

3Novices:DIGSAU uses reclaimed barn wood to clad modern home in Delaware

3Novices:This woman is absolutely happy after gaining weight and is motivating women to love their body

3Novices:DUS Architects builds 3D-printed micro home in Amsterdam

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