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07.17.2014: Alan Hess gets the scoop on Los Angeles' greatest public space.
Courtesy Getty Research Institute
07.16.2014: Architecture at Large gave this digital media company a boldly graphic, but grown-up identity.
Floto + Warner
07.16.2014: Sam Lubell advocates for the merging of corporate and boutique architecture practices.
Courtesy Gensler / P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
07.16.2014: Pig-out at this meat-centric Hollywood eatery.
Laure Joliet
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07.16.2014: Net zero energy, LEED Platinum project raises the bar on eco-friendly office design.
Jeremy Bittermann
07.15.2014: Renzo Piano Building Workshop designing mixed-use in San Francisco suburbs.
Courtesy Renzo Piano Building Workshop
07.15.2014: U.S. Army Corps opts for $1 billion Los Angeles River restoration plan.
Courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
07.14.2014: Handel Architects unveils plans for 26-story tower at Cornell's Roosevelt Island tech campus.
Courtesy Handel Architects
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07.14.2014: Minneapolis Institute of Arts honors Finland's contribution to design.
Marko Huttunen
07.11.2014: New director of AECOM's Los Angeles office suggests blurring the line between corporate and design firms.
Courtesy AECOM
07.11.2014: Composite materials are on display in the undergraduate-built FIBERwave PAVILION.
Courtesy Alphonso Peluso
07.11.2014: Zoltan Pali remembers the resolve and poetry of his friend and mentor.
Courtesy Sandra Lomax
07.10.2014: Pierluigi Serraino visits Designing Home: Jews and MidCentury Modernism at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.
Courtesy Orange Public Library