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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 10_12.16.2009_CA
In This Issue:
  • Riding LA's new Gold Line extension
  • Stimulus impact on architects still modest
  • As Beverly Hills formally reviews Broad art museum, Santa Monica gets in the game
  • UC Berkeley nixes plans for new museum, the Japanese designer's first U.S. project
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  • New SF preservation commission may landmark mediocrity
  • As we emerge from the economic meltdown and begin to build again, it's time to think about how to streamline California's burdensome regulatory system
  • All Accounted
  • New office buildings burnish Portland's rep for more than sustainability
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  • Hitchin' a Ride, Ave Atque Valets!, Why TV Appearances Matter
  • Domaine LA by Della Valle Bernheimer
  • The library next door
  • Rudolph Schindler's How House in Silver Lake gets a sensitive restoration
  • The Glendale firm, which also offers construction managemement, landscape design, and their own graphic design studio, thrives on creating within apparent limitations
  • The Swiss architect talks to Edward Lifson about his big plans for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art