Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 06_06.30.2010_CA
In This Issue:
  • Planning commission approves square school for hip Emerson entertainment interns, the latest from SoCal star
  • Last-minute change to zoning overhaul could boost building heights a few feet, leading to big changes
  • Architect Mark Baez may have to tear down his Venice home because it is two feet too tall
  • William Leddy wants to get past awards and ratings and plaques to a new age of truly responsive, responsible design
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  • Port city of Wilmington is completing its own elevated park, a buffer between loading docks and domiciles
  • With a new boss, dwindling revenues, and a massive seizure of its funding, CRA/LA is navigating a difficult future
  • New science center merges science and religion
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  • 9026 Eyes by MASHstudios
  • SF Planning, a Melodrama; Not a Patron of Architecture; Plane Hype; Google House Search
  • Renovations improve aging eyesore at LA airport, its largest project to date
  • City's four picks for contract work have something in common
  • The Presidio hosts an unusual art exhibit
  • $110 million project latest addition to growing arts district
  • Shimoda Design Group's headquarters for a production equipment supplier tunes into Hollywood
  • Preserving Oakland Museum's edge
  • Gehry Partners teaches Las Vegas, that ephemeral city, the importance of permanence