On last week’s DnA we talked about the Theme Building at LAX and its role as a sign for a featureless airport as well as retrofuturistic icon for the age of oil. We also mentioned next steps for Los Angeles International Airport: a major expansion designed by architect Curtis Fentress, whose credits include Denver International Airport. Well, you can hear directly from Curtis this Thursday, May 27, at A+D Museum on Miracle Mile, when he will talk about and sign copies of his new book Touchstones of Design.
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