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By James S Russell and Helen Walters
The architecture industry has been reeling in recent years, walloped by everything from mortgage meltdowns to the deep-rooted global recession. As the financial crisis has hit home(s), construction has slowed on both residential and commercial projects, leaving architects and builders to come up with creative ways to keep their firms afloat. No one has escaped unscathed: Everyone from the most high profile "starchitect" on down has seen their business affected by This New Reality. Here are some of the projects set to open their doors, break ground, or gain attention in 2010.