Modern in Palo Alto | February 21, 2007 | Palo Alto Weekly | Palo Alto Online |

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Cover Story - February 21, 2007

Modern in Palo Alto

Three contemporary architects influence their home city

by Carol Blitzer

Three Palo Alto architects, who live within blocks of each other in Downtown North, are changing the way Palo Altans view contemporary architecture -- one house at a time. They are passionate about their beliefs, dismissive of derivative traditional styles, open to using new materials and sensitive to the environment.

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