Ann Gray

FORM Magazine

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Ann Gray is an architect and publisher of FORM Magazine.

Ann Gray on KCRW

"How do you turn an aging building and make it relevant to the employer who's looking to attract and retain employees?"

A downtown tower rips out the curtain wall

"How do you turn an aging building and make it relevant to the employer who's looking to attract and retain employees?"

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The Academy Museum under construction on September 27, 2017 Photo by Avishay Artsy 
  The  Academy Museum of Motion Pictures  was first dreamed of a century ago by silent film star…

The Academy Museum rises

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