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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 04_04.27.2011_CA
In This Issue:
  • The battered city becomes a lab for architecture with its new waterfront, housing, and public space projects.
  • City Council approves Museum of Neon Art for busy Brand Avenue.
  • Architects struggle to cope with the demands of the workplace and family.
  • One of the country's few architecture curators departs for unknown territory.
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  • As CicLAvia returns this weekend, its founder speaks about the project's success, expansion, and goals for the future.
  • Cruise terminal competition scuttled by timing and economics.
  • New York firm to design new arts center at Stanford.
  • Hayes Valley launches a temporary development filled with restaurants and retail shops.
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  • Marmol Radziner reimagines the trailer park.
  • Daniel Monti wraps the geometric Walnut house in a folded facade of Cor-ten steel.
  • Preservation takes center stage as theater group repurposes a half-demolished facility.
  • Two shows at SFMOMA push boundaries through June 19.
  • Bay Cities Showroom in Beverly Hills by Michele Saee.
  • It's time to hold Los Angeles' public institutions to higher standards.
  • Santa Monica struggles to build new district around Bergamot Station.
  • Yuki Bowman on Material Beyond Materials Conference at SCI-Arc.
  • Vibrant youth center will bring needed energy to struggling East Bay town.