Barbara Bestor

Principal of Barbara Bestor Architecture

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Principal of Barbara Bestor Architecture, a firm based in Los Angeles, and executive director of the Julius Shulman Institute at Woodbury University

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Ave 57 Art Walk Homes, a small-lot subdivision in Highland Park designed by Modative. Photo by Christine Bullard, courtesy of the Courtney+ Kurt Team @ Compass.

Small-lot homes add density to LA neighborhoods

Ave 57 Art Walk Homes, a small-lot subdivision in Highland Park designed by Modative. Photo by Christine Bullard, courtesy of the Courtney+ Kurt Team @ Compass.

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Architect Barbara Bestor started designing office space for Beats four years ago when they had a staff of 16.

Beats' New Office in Culver City

Architect Barbara Bestor started designing office space for Beats four years ago when they had a staff of 16.

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