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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 01_01.28.2009_CA
In This Issue:
  • Meier church addition rebuffed in Pasadena
  • LA Philanthropist to hold competition for New Museum
  • As museums struggle, arch & design curators adapt
  • Planning Czarina leaves a high profile
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  • AN's new competition offers a chance to think big for transit infrastructure in Los Angeles.
  • Diverse team pitches new National Defense Policy
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  • 3.1 Phillip Lim
  • An old lingo, still eloquent
  • Portland's transit expands with sun and wind-powered station
  • LA Conservancy releases preservation report card
  • ASU Journalism School constructed with speed of print
  • Gensler breaks ground on China's tallest building
  • Whether reviving a Joseph Hoffman print or producing a high-performance fabric, the most dynamic new textiles play off the multiplication of cellular shapes