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Eric Owen Moss wants to piece together L.A.'s fragments

  • August 02, 2009 20:23

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(Los Angeles) The architect hopes his latest projects will help bring the city closer to a new vision.
The neighborhood around the office of Eric Owen Moss feels first like Mayberry, then a bit like "Killer of Sheep." And just after the block of tree-shaded single family homes runs into a stretch of factories and warehouses, a parched, undeveloped hill rises -- almost a bit of John Ford.


 

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