Brenda Levin

Principal of Levin and Associates

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Principal of Levin and Associates, known for the adaptive reuse of many Los Angeles landmarks including the Bradbury Building, the Wiltern Theater, and Grand Central Market; preservation architect for the Griffith Observatory

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Next
month MOCA will open " Skin and Bones ," a fascinating look at the "parallel
practices" in contemporary architecture and fashion.    Meantime,     drawing
inspiration from…

An LA Landmark Gets a Facelift

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