Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 03_03.31.2010_CA
In This Issue:
  • Curator Brooke Hodge recalls the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen and his far-reaching oeuvre.
  • Field Operations tapped to design major civic park
  • Two new LA Trade Tech buildings first in community college overhaul
  • California's general plans get more prescriptive
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  • Big plans floated for San Francisco's Pier 70
  • Bold statement chosen for Newport Beach civic center
  • The alleged shortlist for the SFMOMA expansion is full of top-notch firms. But the museum could truly showcase the city's thriving architectural talent by including at least a few local firms, writes Sam Lubell.
  • Talking Transamerica
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  • Latest billings still put recovery out of reach
  • Drama at SFMOMA, Scarlet Letter is Blue, Firming Up
  • Mastro's Ocean Club by Rockwell Group and KAA Design Group
  • Brutalist firehouse becomes Tucson art museum
  • Gensler's tapering, glass-mosaic tower marks a milestone for L.A. Live
  • With these options in fencing, seating, shades, and more, boring streetscapes and sidewalks are no longer an alternative
  • Berkeley Prof say California still has work to do to prepare for the big one
  • Broad's Downtown Detour, Barn Savers, After Battle the Reward
  • San Francisco's 555 Washington is a case study in what not to do