Arthur Golding

Architect and urban designer

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Architect and urban designer working with the team from Hargreaves Associates of San Francisco, California

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Cornfield is a 32-acre strip of open land bounded by North Broadway and North Spring Street
in downtown LA between Chinatown and the Los Angeles River.    It's across the 101…

Changing the Face of Downtown Los Angeles

The Cornfield is a 32-acre strip of open land bounded by North Broadway and North Spring Street in downtown LA between Chinatown and the Los Angeles River.   It's across the 101…

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