Planetizen Presents: An Evening of Architecture Discussion

An evening of discussion about architecture in L.A. with two of the most
noted architecture critics in the city. Christopher Hawthorne of the
Los Angeles Times and Sam Lubell of the Architect’s Newspaper will be
discussing architecture in L.A. with Next American City Editor in Chief
Diana Lind on Wednesday, October 29, at the A+D Museum in L.A.

Admission for non-subscribers is $15 in advance or $20 at the door and
includes a free one-year subscription to Next American City, and entry
to all NAC events & free food/drink. RSVP and subscribe at americancity.org/urbanexus/la.

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