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IN THIS ISSUE 10_06.07.2006
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
At Deadline
LAX Expands
LAX begins construction to make room for new superjumbo airbus
Green-Fab House
Ray Kappe's new house brings a new LEED standard to prefab homes
The Real Nomadic Museum
Architecture + Design Museum moves into its third home
Art School Monumental
Richard Meier retrofits 1960s art building at UCLA
Open
Cafe: Redcat Cafe
Grand Rapids Art Museum's new home
Open
Restaurant: CUT
Pacific Rising
Cesar Pelli unveils last building in his pacific design center complex
Cityscape: Sam Hall Kaplan
Lights, camera, inaction!
In Between Stations
GSA's Design Excellence Program touches the border
Venice Biennale To Focus on Cities
International Architecture fair spotlights urban issues
Open
Boutique: Dior Home
Art Park
SFMOMA plants new sculpture garden on parking garage roof
Schindler's Mak On
Mak Center's renovated Schindler home opens while other classic works languish
Department Heads Wanted
California Architecture schools look within and without for new leaders
Fenced Out
Senate approves 370-mile border barrier, but minutemen can't wait
Henry Urbach
San Francisco Museum names New York gallerist to lead department
Introducing our new Eavesdropper, Philip Nobel.
FEATURES:
Downtown Los Angeles is thriving in unexpected places. It's not the new, multi-billion dollar projects and sweeping conversions of old bank buildings into posh lofts that are invigorating the famously sleepy city core. It's the old, scruffy 1920's streets and the life that fills them. Greg Goldin interprets the scene..
REVIEWS:
On the fly
Morphosis: Continuities of the Incomplete
The Alchemist of Modernism
Ettore Sottsass
Playfulness and Plasticity
Alvaro Siza/Architecture: Drawings, Models, Photographs
Dreaming of Home
Torolab SOS: Emergency Architecture
Q&A: Doug Aiken
Doug and Vito and everyone they know
Protest: Ken Ehrlich
The un-planning of public space in Los Angeles
Urban Log: Frances Anderton
Whatever happened to Los Angeles?
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