Guy Horton

DnA Design Journalist

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Architecture critic for the Huffington Post, an online publication based in Los Angeles, California and author of The Indicator blog on ArchDaily.com

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What’s a Chief Sustainability Officer you may ask? Guy Horton interviews Matt Petersen, L.A.’s first “sustainability czar.”

Meet Matt Petersen, L.A.’s Chief Sustainability Officer

What’s a Chief Sustainability Officer you may ask? Guy Horton interviews Matt Petersen, L.A.’s first “sustainability czar.”

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The new Tom Bradley International Terminal is memorable as much for its display of vast, constantly changing, digital screens as it is for Curtis Fentress-designed ”Great Hall,” that…

LA Design: Digital Seduction at LAX

The new Tom Bradley International Terminal is memorable as much for its display of vast, constantly changing, digital screens as it is for Curtis Fentress-designed ”Great Hall,” that…

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Alvin Huang and his firm Synthesis Design + Architecture have advanced the conversation about how to fuel electric cars, with their design for  a portable tensile membrane structure…

LA Designer: Alvin Huang, SDA and their Portable EV Charging Structure

Alvin Huang and his firm Synthesis Design + Architecture have advanced the conversation about how to fuel electric cars, with their design for a portable tensile membrane structure…

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Lien Ta closed her Koreatown restaurant, Here’s Looking at You, in July.

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