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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 02_03.28.2012_CA
In This Issue:
  • Michael W. Folonis Architects designs a light-filled Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center for UCLA in Santa Monica.
  • Downtown LA's retro-chic makeovers show how retail and restaurants can transform a neighborhood.
  • Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch House through June 17.
  • Freeland Buck uses computer-based fabrication to create the richly-layered Maximiliano.
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  • Sam Lubell on the gap between architectural education and practice.
  • GSA may limit peer review in design excellence program.
  • Cork, bamboo, and lumber take new shapes but have the same sustainable staying power.
  • No flight zone; Clicks beat bricks; A less crowded populous.
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  • Visitors center opens at renewed Palm Springs icon, Sunnylands.
  • Unfulfilled plans leave Vegas' new performing arts center isolated in the desert.
  • San Francisco scales down America's Cup ambitions.
  • Michael Maltzan to design Art Center expansion in Pasadena.
  • AN talks to the 2012 Pritzker laureate Wang Shu.