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Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens: Two For the Price of One!

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Brooks+Scarpa's Alta Lofts Provide Chic Living in an Old Factory

by , 07/06/11
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Lehrer Architects Visualize the Carbon Footprint of an SUV for PARK(ing) Day LA

by , 07/05/11
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Beverly Hill's Retro-Chic, Historically Preserved Avalon Hotel

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The Lebrun House, an Economically Built Sustainable Live/Work Dwelling

by , 07/03/11
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Green Oak Writer's Studio Is the Perfect Small Space For Meditation & Inspiration

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Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden is a Classic in SoCal Ecology

by , 07/02/11
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Plummer Park Community Center Accommodates Teens and Seniors Alike

by , 07/01/11
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The Best of Dwell on Design 2011, Reporting Straight from LA!

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FIRST PHOTOS: Solar-Powered Transforming EDV-01 Emergency Shelter Unveiled!

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FIRST PHOTOS: Incredible Recycled 747 Airplane House Completed in Malibu!

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Crazy Awesome Solar Serpent Structure Proposed For Santa Monica Freeway

Mans Tham, solar freeway, green technology, Los Angeles solar, freeway reclamation,

Swedish architect Mans Tham went halfway around the world to find inspiration for this insanely awesome design for a serpent-shaped solar skin for the Sana Monica freeway. This renovation of existing urban infrastructure is a provocative conversation starter in terms of sustainable design, and this proposal is an incredible approach that would add 237 acres of solar power to the middle of Los Angeles! How fabulous is that?

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Algae Powered Building Retrofit Wins Metropolis Mag's Next Generation Design Competition

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West Coast Central Park is a Verdant Patchwork Quilt of Greenery at Playa Vista

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A+D's SOUPERgreen Rethinks the Los Angeles Landscape With Cutting Edge Sustainable Tech

A+D Museum, SOUPERgreen, SOUPERgreen INconversation, David Hertz, Wes Jonas, Randolph Ruiz, Aryan Omar, Doug Jackson, Steven Purvis, Green Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Urban Design

The A+D Museum in Los Angeles recently hosted a panel discussion for their new sci-fi inspired “SOUPERgreen” exhibit. The architects involved wanted to challenge conventional sustainable design trends by adopting an aggressively technological approach to LA’s urban landscape. The featured designs were futuristic visions of how green design can radically transform a user’s experience through city infrastructure, and nature itself. The result is a “souped up” vision for green development where technological innovation is embraced as an extension of the earth’s natural cycles and human imagination.

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Innovative and Flexible Prefab Prototype Schools For Los Angeles School District

Innovative and Flexible Prefab Prototype Schools For Los Angeles…

Leave it to a city dedicated to its reliance on four-wheeled (primarily) gasoline powered transportation to create a noun for the historic closing of its already infamously slow 405 freeway – CARMEGEDON. Los Angelinos have been prepping for this weekend’s

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Micro LA Tree House Creates a Contemporary Dream Retreat

Micro LA Tree House Creates a Contemporary Dream Retreat

Leave it to a city dedicated to its reliance on four-wheeled (primarily) gasoline powered transportation to create a noun for the historic closing of its already infamously slow 405 freeway – CARMEGEDON. Los Angelinos have been prepping for this weekend’s

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The Red Box: A Sustainable Addition Gives an LA Home Breathtaking New Views

The Red Box: A Sustainable Addition Gives an LA Home Breathtaking New…

Leave it to a city dedicated to its reliance on four-wheeled (primarily) gasoline powered transportation to create a noun for the historic closing of its already infamously slow 405 freeway – CARMEGEDON. Los Angelinos have been prepping for this weekend’s

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Enter the 2011 METROPOLIS Next Generation Design Competition TODAY!

Enter the 2011 METROPOLIS Next Generation Design Competition TODAY!

Leave it to a city dedicated to its reliance on four-wheeled (primarily) gasoline powered transportation to create a noun for the historic closing of its already infamously slow 405 freeway – CARMEGEDON. Los Angelinos have been prepping for this weekend’s

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B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Buzzworthy Upcycled and Thrifted Decor

B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Buzzworthy Upcycled and Thrifted…

Leave it to a city dedicated to its reliance on four-wheeled (primarily) gasoline powered transportation to create a noun for the historic closing of its already infamously slow 405 freeway – CARMEGEDON. Los Angelinos have been prepping for this weekend’s

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