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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 09_10.27.2010_CA
In This Issue:
  • Inglewood's (fer) Studio proposes a redevelopment plan for once bustling Market Street
  • Artfully stacked tower brings height to a low-rise landscape
  • Cleantech Corridor competition announces winners
  • The voluntary rules promise many urban-design fixes, but critics charge they don't go far enough
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  • Editorial> Playing a supporting role can be lucrative, but do firms get typecast as architectural also-rans?
  • Johnson Fain rounds out Dallas cultural district with 42-story residential tower
  • What's the opposite of schadenfreude?; Double dippers; On the line
  • Cosmopolitan by WRNS Studio
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  • The Sacramento museum unveils one of the final projects designed by Charles Gwathmey
  • An old WPA-era power plant finds new life as an art gallery
  • AN chats with two of the firm's California-bound principals about their West Coast projects, working with Eli Broad, and archi-stardom
  • Belzberg Architects delivers a dose of raw emotional impact at poignant new home for LA institution
  • New York landscape architects win competition to design major shoreline project
  • The San Francisco firm creates an outdoor-living oasis around a magical koi pond in Silicon Valley