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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 04_04.24.2013_CA
In This Issue:
  • Alan Hess reviews SCI-Arc's exhibition, Confederacy of Heretics, on a generation of architects that redefined Los Angeles.
  • Casey Lynch calls on Los Angeles to give small developers a chance.
  • AIA calls for pedestrian bridge at Downtown Los Angeles Regional Connector station.
  • Nicholson Architects is building a night club tucked under a tennis court overlooking Los Angeles.
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  • LA's Dodger Stadium spruced up.
  • New Belgium launches its first concept bar, Ranger Station, with an emphasis on sustainability and craftsmanship.
  • Sam Lubell on architecture's struggle with homogeneity.
  • Fentress Architects and Hensel Phelps team up to design energy-efficient air traffic control tower
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  • NVIDIA commissions Gensler to design corporate headquarters in Silicon Valley
  • Bureaucracy obstructs the Los Angeles River's Revitalization
  • New performance space for the San Francisco Jazz Society achieves an elegant simplicity.
  • Lead Pencil Studio and architecture students collaborate on exhibition exploring reflectivity in architecture.
  • SO-IL, WORKac, and Henning Larsen reveal three proposals for UC Davis museum.