Michael Maltzan Architecture continues to help revitalize his hometown of L.A., where he’s already transformed vacant land into a thriving mixed-use development and devised celebrated housing for the homeless.

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At the Rice University Moody Center for the Arts in Houston, Texas, the glass-walled first level is a visual reminder of the building’s mission: to be a space for students to easily collaborate between disciplines.

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Los Angeles’s curvaceous Sixth Street Viaduct—the upcoming replacement for the city’s original 1932 bridge—will be a main thoroughfare for all travelers: pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers.
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Public green areas will brighten up the empty space underneath the viaduct.

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Inside the new Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba, undulating walls echo the incredible natural landscapes of many Inuit communities.

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The next big thing for Maltzan is using infrastructure to create “a more integrated and connected urban life.”

One Santa Fe is an example of what he means, above.

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Architect Michael Maltzan describes his One Santa Fe as an example of “anticipatory architecture” — exercises in form making that endow architecture with the power to productively shape urban policy, planning, and the city at large.

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Los Angeles Homes wanted to bring you some content on the 2017 AD100, these time on Michael Maltzan Architecture.

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