In the late 1970s, West Coasters such as Frank Gehry and Eric Owen Moss redefined American architecture–replacing stolid corporate towers with sculptural intrigue. Today’s breed continues that legacy, and at a Museum of Contemporary Architecture exhibit in L.A this month, four of them translate their vision into art. Curator Christopher Mount explains.FCS
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