January 2010
FORM: Pioneering Design;Jan/Feb2010, p10
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The article features the American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles (AIA/LA) Gold Medal winners from 1998 to 2008. It highlights some of the best-known projects of architectural firms which were awarded for their unique and aesthetic designs, sustainability and functional components. Among them are the Getty Center by Richard Meier & Partners, Little Tokyo Branch library by Anthony Lumsden and the West Hollywood Gateway by Jon Jerde.


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