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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 05_05.28.2014_CA
In This Issue:
  • New director of AECOM's Los Angeles office suggests blurring the line between corporate and design firms.
  • Pierluigi Serraino visits Designing Home: Jews and MidCentury Modernism at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
  • Huntington Library restores Japanese house in California.
  • High Roller, the world's tallest Ferris wheel, opens to the public.
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  • Santa Monica opens another stunning garage, this time by Behnisch Architekten.
  • Advances in digital design made this decade-old design by Eric Owen Moss feasible for construction.
  • IA Interior Architects turns out a speed-stopping camera store on Beverly Boulevard.
  • Sam Lubell sees metallic worms spilling out of Morphosis' new LA campus.
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  • Sam Lubell challenges the wisdom of subjectivity in LA's newest design guidelines.
  • Jorge Gracia starting new architecture program in Tijuana.
  • With plans at risk, Los Angeles explores new convention center options.
  • THA Architecture reveals a mountain view resort in Sisters, Oregon.