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    MOSSticism in the Hayden Tract

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    Slash/Blackslash.
    Photo: Paul Groh

     

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    Stealth is an anomaly in its entirety, a sleek, aggressive office building.
    Image: Paul Groh

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    Stealth under construction.
    Photo: Paul Groh

     

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    The Beehive under construction.
    Photo: Paul Groh

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    The Beehive is the curvilinear anomaly for a large industrial building.
    Image: Paul Groh

     

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    The Beehive's centrifugal form contains a conference room and roof deck reached by a winding stair.
    Image: Paul Groh

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    Pterodactyl, a new structure, comprises four stories of parking below two levels of glassed-in office spaces.
    Image: Paul Groh

     

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    Pterodactyl has a stepped lounge in the middle that hangs over and practically drips down the facade facing the courtyard.
    Image: Paul Groh

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    Site model of the Hayden Tract of Culver City, California, showing several of Eric Owen Moss's recent anomalies.
    Photo: Paul Groh

     

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    Site model including The Palindrome, a proposed experimental remake of a mile-long railroad corridor into a greenbelt.
    Photo: Paul Groh

     

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