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IN THIS ISSUE 06_06.19.2013_CA
Ancient Origins of the Mexican Plaza brings light to the urbanism of the pre-colonial world.
Young Los Angeles designers rethink architecture inside a fleet of U-Hauls.
A tiny retail space in Beverly Hills packs a big design punch.
Sam Lubell argues that there must be better places to display art in Los Angeles than parking lots.
Los Angeles talks merging planning and building safety departments.
LACMA's director discusses Peter Zumthor's expansion design and the future of the museum.
San Francisco-based firm uses simple forms and materials to create dynamic mixed-use projects.
Where there was once a highway, Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects has designed a sleek residential building in San Francisco.
San Francisco moves to establish eco-districts.
Los Angeles Natural History Museum reopens.