The Housing Squares of London: A Worthy Precedent

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arcCA 01.2, “Housing Complex.”] Author Sam Davis is Professor and former Chair of the Architecture Department at the University of California, Berkeley, and is principal of Davis & Joyce Architects. He was elevated to Fellowship in the AIA

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More Than Design: Injustice and Hope VI

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arcCA 01.2, “Housing Complex.”] __________ Author Jacqueline Leavitt, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Urban Planning at UCLA. She writes and lectures on policy issues about housing and community development that affect low-income people, with

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Affordable Housing Today

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arcCA 01.2, “Housing Complex.”] __________ Michael Willis, FAIA, founded his own architecture firm in 1988. He believes that architecture can be a unifying social force. His firm focuses on multifamily housing, civic and community facilities, urban design,

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The Next American Suburb: Desire and the Middle Landscape

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arcCA 01.2, “Housing Complex.”]   Author John Kaliski, AIA, is principal of Urban Studio in Los Angeles, concentrates on urban design and housing projects, and teaches design at the Southern California Institute of Architecture. __________ 1. Built-Out

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Housing Complex: Editor's Comment

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arcCA 01.2, “Housing Complex.”] __________ You may have seen the gorgeous book of Julius Shulman’s architectural photographs, Modernism Rediscovered, recently published by Taschen. It turns out that Mr. Shulman, for his part, has seen the most recent …

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Coda: The State of Public Space

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arcCA 01.3, “Publicness.”] __________ Author Lisa Padilla, AIA, is an associate partner in the Los Angeles office of Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership, where her project focus is urban design and master planning for public and private institutions. She

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AIACC 2001 Design Award Winners

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arcCA 01.3, “Publicness.”]

Here follow the 2001 AIACC Design Award winners. Out of these many, excellent projects, we have selected five for a closer look. Our process was neither systematic nor pure. I sought the suggestions of the

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The Problem of Architecture in Public and the Public in Architecture

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arcCA 01.3, “Publicness.”] Author Bryan Shiles, AIA, is a partner with Gordon H Chong + Partners in San Francisco and adjunct professor of architecture at CCAC (California College of Arts and Crafts). __________ Inside the universal “outside”

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