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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 09_10.26.2011_CA
In This Issue:
  • West Hollywood commissions a slew of public artists for its new library.
  • Despite its torturous history, Gensler's Beverly Hills office building maintains a strong design.
  • Restorations underway at Eames and VDL houses.
  • MRY wins competition in China for agricultural community.
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  • Sympathetic Seeing: Esther McCoy and the Heart of American Modernist Architecture and Design at the MAK Center.
  • LACMA presents California Design 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way.
  • Eames Words at the A+D Museum distills the essence of Charles & Ray Eames.
  • Sam Lubell on the design genius of Steve Jobs.
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  • Mohawk Bend by Spacecraft is the newest hipster enclave in Los Angeles.
  • Inspired by San Francisco, Los Angeles announces its own parklets program.
  • New subway line threatens LA cultural institutions.
  • Sam Lubell talks with ULI LA director Gail Goldberg about issues facing today's cities.
  • Spurning Portzamparc, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to locate museum inside LACMA's May Company building.