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Visions of L.A.;s transformation captivate Times Summit on the future of cities

When Michael Maltzan visited Los Angeles in the 1980s with a group of architectural students, he was comfortable in a way that many of his fellow travelers were not. L.A. conveyed the same low-density, car-friendly vibe that he grew up with in the Long Island suburbs -- the sense that “you could...
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Visions of L.A.;s transformation captivate Times Summit on the future of cities

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When Michael Maltzan visited Los Angeles in the 1980s with a group of architectural students, he was comfortable in a way that many of his fellow travelers were not. L.A. conveyed the same low-density, car-friendly vibe that he grew...

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