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IN THIS ISSUE 04_05.27.2009_CA
As funding gets tight, supportive housing attracts creative architects
San Francisco's urban watchdog gets new home
Usher's Revenge
LA affordable housing ordinance struck down
Crossing the Line
LA's expo light rail on track, with controversies in tow
New Dean on the Block
Wolch to lead Berkeley's CED
Preservationists fight to save Century Plaza Hotel
Modesto Commerce Bank by Mark Horton Architecture
Home Sweet Home
LA's A+D Museum lands its own space at last
Let Them Eat Art
SFMOMA opens a sculpture garden and announces ambitious expansion plans
House of the Issue: XTen Architecture
Kanner Architects' new station for United Oil in Los Angeles revives the typology as an opportunity for real architecture
Studio Visit: Frederick Fisher and Partners
At Deadline
Nine San Diego architects and designers are redefining housing, development, and urban design in their own city and beyond. The La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art has taken notice, giving over most of the museum to installations that encapsulate the concerns and craft of a generation that is dedicated to making a difference.
The Infrastructural City: Networked Ecologies in Los Angeles
Richard Neutra, Architect: Sketches and Drawings at the LA Central Library
Watch Yourself
Tall Building: Imagining the Skyscraper
Protest: Brian Libby
Save Memorial Coliseum