Architecture, planning and social responsibility, Volume 1
Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989 - Architecture - 1560 pages
Alexander discusses buildings and projects he designed, his interest in redevelopment and public housing, his tenure on the Los Angeles City Planning Commission, his partnership with Richard J. Neutra, and his involvement in the American Institute of Architects.
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