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IN THIS ISSUE 05_05.28.2014_CA
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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.
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.
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.
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