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IN THIS ISSUE 04_04.30.2008_CA
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Waterworld
Short List announced for newest SF bayfront development
Cheers, Frank
Gehry designing this summer's Serpentine Pavilion in London
Sustainable Stanford
Environment and engineering building starts off University green kick
Pop Goes the Architecture
Storefront opens temporary LA space
Eavesdrop: Alissa Walker
Open: Exhibition
Thomas the T. Rex Lab at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Studio Visit: Michael Maltzan
Up on the Roof
SFMOMA breaks ground on rooftop sculpture garden
Got Wheels
Neutra's Maxwell House to be saved by movers
House of the Issue
Abramson Teiger Architects' Kelly House
In Detail: Googleplex
Google with EI Solutions
Group Greening
Co-housing approach facilitates state's first LEED-gold church
American Academy of Arts and Letters Awards 2008
FEATURES:
When it comes to restoring midcentury masterpieces, it's sometimes hard to know what's best to leave alone: the house or the house owner.
REVIEWS:
The Local Touch
Lessons from Bernard Rudofsky
Miss Morgan's Beauty
Julia Morgan, Architect of Beauty by Mark Wilson
The Accidental Craftsman
Minka: My Farmhouse in Japan by John Roderick
Spatial Exploration
Cut: Revealing the Section at SFMOMA
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