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    San Julian Street in downtown Los Angeles is "home" to many of the city’s homeless. But where one would expect a sense of hopelessness is instead a lively community. This is in part thanks to the award-winning Downtown Drop-In Center designed by architect Michael Lehrer for Volunteers of America. Next week ArchitectureWeek contributing editor Alice Kimm gives us a tour of this new facility and explains how it speaks to its visitors.

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    RECONSIDERING URBAN HABITAT

    With populations mushrooming and work and life styles changing, cities are undergoing a massive transformation. How best to accommodate these trends in 21st century megacities? Beverly Willis, FAIA, director of the Architecture Research Institute, Inc. in New York, presents her vision of a courtyard block building that applies an ancient form to this modern context.

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    Who are the Norman Fosters, Tadao Andos, and Richard Meiers of tomorrow? Who will be responsible for defining the architectural styles of the next decade and shaping the 21st-century city? In the new "40 Architects Under 40," Jessica Cargill Thompson has selected 40 young practices from 21 countries, representing a cross-section of the best in their field. Next week a preview of their vision and potential in a few imaginative projects.

     
     
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