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IN THIS ISSUE 04_04.27.2011_CA
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NEWS:
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.
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.
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.
Ellis Island West
Review> Time Lapse
Two shows at SFMOMA push boundaries through June 19.
Eavesdrop> The Editors
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.
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The battered city becomes a lab for architecture with its new waterfront, housing, and public space projects.
Architects struggle to cope with the demands of the workplace and family.
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