Aric Lasher

Architect and Author

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Architect with HBRA Architects and co-author of Plans of Chicago

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The inside of Chicago’s new Apple “town square.” Photo by Frances Anderton.

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Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston at the exhibition they designed for “Moholy-Nagy: Future Present” at LACMA. Photo by Frances Anderton.

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Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston at the exhibition they designed for “Moholy-Nagy: Future Present” at LACMA. Photo by Frances Anderton.

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