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IN THIS ISSUE 09_10.26.2011_CA
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West Hollywood commissions a slew of public artists for its new library.
Despite its torturous history, Gensler's Beverly Hills office building maintains a strong design.
Restorations underway at Eames and VDL houses.
MRY wins competition in China for agricultural community.
Sympathetic Seeing: Esther McCoy and the Heart of American Modernist Architecture and Design at the MAK Center.
LACMA presents California Design 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way.
Eames Words at the A+D Museum distills the essence of Charles & Ray Eames.
Sam Lubell on the design genius of Steve Jobs.
Mohawk Bend by Spacecraft is the newest hipster enclave in Los Angeles.
Inspired by San Francisco, Los Angeles announces its own parklets program.
New subway line threatens LA cultural institutions.
Sam Lubell talks with ULI LA director Gail Goldberg about issues facing today's cities.
Spurning Portzamparc, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to locate museum inside LACMA's May Company building.
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