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    A BETTER SUBURBIA

    Visiting "Village Homes" for the first time, one is struck by how different this 1970s-era community looks from typical California developments. Arriving by car, one notices narrower streets and less visually dominant parking, with access kept to the edges along long, narrow cul-de-sac streets.

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    TEN DAY THEATER

    How do you create a temporary theater on a miniscule budget? And make sure that the construction materials will be undamaged and reusable at the end of the performance space's ten-day life? One way is to start with a vacant warehouse and add plenty of ingenuity, generosity, and collaboration.

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    Nonresidential Construction Poised for Solid Gains in 2005 — AIArchitect, 2005.0110

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