Greg Goldin

architecture critic and curator

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Curator of Windshield Perspective and Never Built Los Angeles at the Architecture and Design Museum, Greg Goldin is an architecture critic who writes regularly for Los Angeles Magazine, among other publications. His latest book is Never Built New York.

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Warner Bros. wants to build an aerial tram to the Hollywood sign, which would cost $100 million. The ride would start from a parking structure by the studio in Burbank.

Warner Bros. wants to build a tram to the Hollywood sign

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Bridges filled with skyscrapers, a geodesic dome over a baseball stadium, a subway system made of above-ground pneumatic tubes, and other crazy schemes were almost built in New York.

'Never Built New York'

Bridges filled with skyscrapers, a geodesic dome over a baseball stadium, a subway system made of above-ground pneumatic tubes, and other crazy schemes were almost built in New York.

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Los Angeles architect William Pereira designed the former Metropolitan Water District headquarters in Echo Park, opened in 1963, as well as three buildings at the Los Angeles County…

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Los Angeles architect William Pereira designed the former Metropolitan Water District headquarters in Echo Park, opened in 1963, as well as three buildings at the Los Angeles County…

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