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Frances Anderton Tells the Story of the Los Angeles Apartment Building
In her new book, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, the architecture writer and broadcaster takes readers on a tour of the city's most exciting apartment buildings and complexes.
UCLA’s 1959 Botany Building Is Transformed into a Quiet Gem
CO Architects led an effort to refresh the Paul R. Williams–designed building, bringing in light and adapting the space for modern educational needs.
Bridging the Divide Between the Possible and the Impossible
Michael Maltzan and Deborah Weintraub, leaders of the effort to construct L.A.'s newly-opened Sixth Street Viaduct, talk about its lofty goals, significant challenges, and myriad lessons.
A Printing Plant Is Reinvented as a Multipurpose Workplace
EYRC forges a mesmerizing, flexible creative office space from a former Los Angeles Times printing plant.
DeCoding Asian Urbanism Grapples with Asia’s Unprecedented Growth
On view at Helms Design Center in Culver City, a new exhibition and catalog stare down the megalopolis.