Mark Rios

Professor of Landscape Architecture at USC

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Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Southern California; founder of the architecture and design firm, Rios Clementi Hale Studios which is designing the landscaping for the civic park and the outside spaces at LA Live, the entertainment complex in downtown

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GRAND PARK OPENS

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