Craig Hodgetts

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Craig Hodgetts is a principal of the architecture firm Hodgetts + Fung.

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The 1982 cult movie   Blade Runner   had an unforgettable look: a dark, dirty Los Angeles with brooding streetscapes filled with a jangle of architectural styles and ominous vehicles…

Remembering 'visual futurist' Syd Mead

The 1982 cult movie Blade Runner had an unforgettable look: a dark, dirty Los Angeles with brooding streetscapes filled with a jangle of architectural styles and ominous vehicles…

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Uber has “disrupted” taxi cabs, e-scooters and bikes. Now the company’s airborne division, Uber Elevate, wants to add a ride-hailing service in the sky, called Uber Air.

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Uber has “disrupted” taxi cabs, e-scooters and bikes. Now the company’s airborne division, Uber Elevate, wants to add a ride-hailing service in the sky, called Uber Air.

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The Robert Frost Memorial Auditorium at Culver City High School has long been heralded for its futuristic design.

Culver City’s high school auditorium is remade, and a design mystery is solved

The Robert Frost Memorial Auditorium at Culver City High School has long been heralded for its futuristic design.

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