Central office of architecture

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Rockport Publishers, 1998 - Architecture - 131 pages
The philosophy of the Central Office of Architecture is the balance of the technical and the poetic in both their theoretical and built works. Simplicity of materials and clarity of expression are characteristic of their residences, buildings, and public structures. Their works include a residence in Laguna Beach, the prototypical concrete and steel public restrooms developed for the City of Los Angeles, the Hawkes Photography Studio, and Brix, a restaurant in Venice, California.

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