Nicolas Berggruen

Berggruen Holdings / Berggruen Institute

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Nicolas Berggruen is chairman of Berggruen Holdings and the founder of the Berggruen Institute.

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It is hard to tell now, but in the middle of the last century Santa Monica was a company town of sorts.

A westside school district considers building teachers housing

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A rendering of the Berggruen Institute in the Santa Monica Mountains Image courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron 
 There's an ambitious plan for a site high in the Santa Monica Mountains,…

Berggruen Institute: Herzog & de Meuron's 'secular monastery'

A rendering of the Berggruen Institute in the Santa Monica Mountains Image courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron There's an ambitious plan for a site high in the Santa Monica Mountains,…

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