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  • Quite Lovely in Its Place

    American Bungalow magazine article about history and preservation of Gartz Court in Pasadena.

  • Revitalizing Hunters Point Shipyards

    In this Center for Creative Land Recycling video, local residents share their own perspectives about redevelopment of Hunters Point in San Francisco.

2009

  • A Peaceful Place

    American Bungalow magazine profiles Fair Oaks Court, a "stunning 21st-century version of a bungalow court."

  • Modeling High-Performance Buildings

    Urban Land Institute article about our integrated design approach to sustainability in the LEED-Platinum Robert Redford Building for the NRDC, which included many passive strategies as well as high-tech solutions to green design.

  • The Next American Dream

    Kai Ryssdal interviews Elizabeth Moule about Mission Meridian Village and the changing habits of American commuters.

2008

  • Field House of Dreams

    Scripps College alumni magazine reports about the eagerly awaited opening of the Sallie Tiernan Field House.

  • Americans Change Travel Habits

    A CBS news report about new signs that Americans are beginning to make big changes in where they live, what they drive and how they get to work as gas prices zoom ever higher.

  • Suburbs a Mile Too Far for Some

    The Wall Street Journal reports about changing housing and commuting habits of Americans, focusing on Del Mar Station.

  • San Antonio Plans New Downtown District

    New Urban News reports about how our River North District Master Plan will revitalize an underutilized 377-acre precinct and extend San Antonio's beloved Riverwalk.

  • Urban Pasadena

    Del Mar Station sets an example for car-free, sustainable living writes Pasadena Magazine of the innovative mixed-use, transit-oriented development.

  • Sustainable Facilities

    An in-depth look at green buildings designed for environmental organizations, featuring a profile of the Robert Redford Building for the NRDC.

  • Romancing the Courtyard

    Harper Court: Seven Fountains is featured in this Multihousing Professional article about the revivial of Mediterranean-inspired courtyard housing.

  • Form-Based Codes

    A guide to form-based coding, with a forward by Stefanos Polyzoides.

  • Urban Spaces No. 5

    Mercado Neighborhood, the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council and Del Mar Station Transit Village are featured in this book of exemplary urban design.

2007

  • How Green is My City

    Ms. Magazine profiles women who have taken the lead in building sustainable places to live and work, featuring the Robert Redford Building for the NRDC and its architect, Elizabeth Moule.

2006

  • Mission Meridian

    The Los Angeles Times examines the collaboration between Creative Housing Associates and Moule & Polyzoides that led to the award-winning mixed-use TOD, Mission Meridian Village.

  • Historic Bungalows Rising From Ruin

    Pasadena Star News writes about the restoration of the Vista del Arroyo Bungalows.

  • The Case for Courtyards

    Interior Design magazine profiles two of our recent courtyard housing projects and how they are changing the direction of Los Angeles housing.

2005

  • In the Rush to Rebuild, a House Divided

    The Los Angeles Times reports about the controversy between New Urbanist and Modernist architects stirred by the post-Hurricane Katrina charrette in Biloxi.

  • Trading the Car for the Train

    New York Times article about frustration with ever worsening traffic features Del Mar Station Transit Village.

  • Architects Ponder Rebuilding of Biloxi

    New York Times article about the national charrette that provided emergency urban design services for the reconstruction of Biloxi, Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina.

  • Courts with a New Spark

    Los Angeles Times article about the revival of courtyard housing, focusing on Harper Court: Seven Fountains.

  • Courtyard Housing

    Period Homes article about two of our courtyard housing projects in Southern California that are “proving the renewed vitality of the form.”

  • South Pasadena TOD Fills Up Fast

    New Urban News article about South Pasadena's Mission Meridian Village which the author calls one of the "most striking examples of dense mixed-use development along the Los Angeles region's expanding network of light-rail lines."

  • Polyzoides Offers a 'New Urbanist' Perspective on City & Regional Planning in Los Angeles

    The Planning Report interviews Stefanos Polyzoides about the opportunities that the Los Angeles region faces.

  • Conference On New Urbanism

    AirTalk's Larry Mantle discusses New Urbanism with Stefanos Polyzoides, Ventura City Manager Rick Cole and Creative Housing Associates President Michael Dieden.

  • Residential Architect Design Awards

    Residential Architect magazine writes about Harper Court: Seven Fountains.

  • An Architecture of Place

    Terrain.org interview with Stefanos Polyzoides that ranges from New Urbanist philosophy to the Community of Civano, Del Mar Station, desert urbanism and the architecture of place.

  • Eco-Friendly Buildings

    In response to the growing awareness of the effect that buildings have on the natural environment, Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-LA reports on efforts to build in a sustainable manner, focusing on the LEED-Platinum Robert Redford Building that we designed for the NRDC.

  • New from the Old

    The Pasadena Star-News discusses New Urbanism, the future growth of Pasadena, and the work of Moule & Polyzoides with the firm’s partners on the occasion of CNU XIII: The Polycentric City, which was held in Pasadena.

  • The Robert Redford Building

    Coastal Living magazine profiles the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

2004

  • Civano

    Civano resident writes in Terrain.org of his frustration and disappointment that the Civano developer abandoned the project’s original vision of creating a resource-efficient, pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use community.

  • California Dreaming

    Princeton Alumni Weekly reports on the efforts of Elizabeth Moule and Stefanos Polyzoides to reform the urbanism of the Los Angeles metropolis and to reconnect the city with its history.

  • Green Building Tour

    Weekend America interview with Elizabeth Moule as she tours the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • Brave New Cityscape

    Los Angeles needs thoughtful urbanists such as Moule & Polyzoides, not insensitive starchitects, writes Gloria Ohland in the LA Weekly.

  • Superstar Treatment

    Interior Design magazine profiles the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • California Office Building Named Greenest in U.S.

    In an article about the trend towards green building practices, the National Geographic News profiles the Robert Redford Building for the NRDC.

  • Arroyo Bungalow Rehab

    Pasadena Star-News reports about the plans to rehabilitate the Vista del Arroyo bungalows.

  • Case Study: NRDC Santa Monica Office

    Case study of the The Robert Redford Building for Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • New Generation is Right on Track

    Los Angeles Times article about transit villages in Southern California, featuring Mission Meridian Village.

  • The Star-Studded Opening of America's Greenest Building

    The Next American City reports about the opening of the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

2003

  • Who's the Greenest of Them All?

    Grist reports about the opening of the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • A Building So Green, It's Platinum

    New York Times article about the opening of the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • Group Ordered New Offices Sunny Side Up

    The "green from top to bottom" Robert Redford Building the the NRDC is profiled on its opening day by the Los Angeles Times.

  • California's Environment and Expectations of Schwarzenegger

    KCRW's Warren Olney reports on the Robert Redford Building for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

  • Smart Growth?

    Architecture Magazine interview with Stefanos Polyzoides about anti-sprawl development.

  • CNU Council Report III/IV

    Report from the Council on the New Urbanism, focusing on style and codes. Features three Moule & Polyzoides projects: Los Alamos Downtown Master Plan, King City Downtown Addition & Eastern Extension Specific Plan and Stone Avenue/Speedway Boulevard Gateway Project.

2002

  • Albuquerque Booms in New Urban Fashion

    New Urban News article about the revitalization of Downtown Albuquerque, featuring Alvarado Center.

  • Not Too Far Gone

    Pasadena Star-News article about the rehabilitation of the Vista del Arroyo Bungalows.

  • Courtyard Housing Revival

    Architecture Week article about Moule & Polyzoides courtyard housing projects in Southern California, featuring Mission Meridian Village and Harper Court: Seven Fountains.

  • It Takes a Village

    Pasadena Weekly article about Del Mar Station Transit Village.

  • Hollywood Live-Works Use Courtyard Model

    The Town Paper article about Harper Court: Seven Fountains, Los Angeles’ first courtyard complex in 70 years.

  • The Case Against Standardization

    Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design article about courtyard housing in Southern California, featuring three of our projects

  • CNU Council Report II

    Report from the Council on the New Urbanism, focusing on urban infill development. Features three Moule & Polyzoides projects: Del Mar Station Transit Village, Mission Meridian Village and UCLA SW Campus Graduate Student Housing. Includes two essays by Stefanos Polyzoides: "Housing Fabric as Town Form" and "The Plazas of New Mexico."

2001

  • Open House

    Los Angeles Magazine article about Harper Court: Seven Fountains.

  • True Believer

    An article in Grid about a new form of real estate financing that underwrites innovative forms of development such as the East Downtown Broadway Central Corridor.

  • Albuquerque's Downtown Sees Rapid Turnaround

    New Urban News article about the East Downtown Broadway Central Corridor project.

  • The Planners Who Disdain Style

    Los Angeles Times article profiling the partners and the philosophy behind their practice.

  • CNU Council Report I

    Report of the First Council of the CNU, including articles about Civano New Town.

  • New American Urbanism

    John Dutton's book explores how many American architects have reclaimed urban and suburban land development as an important, contemporary architectural issue. Included are critiques of Alvarado Center, Hueco New Town, Civano, Los Angeles Downtown Strategic Plan and Playa Vista.

2000

  • Urbanism Downtown

    Places article by Todd Bressi about Alvarado Center in Albuquerque.

  • Dynamic City

    Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition, Dynamic City, presented at the Centre International pour la Ville, l'Architecture et le Paysage in Brussels, Belgium (in French).

1999

  • An Innovative Project for Revitalizing Albuquerque

    Wall Street Journal article about the East Downtown Broadway Central Corridor project, which revitalizes an important downtown neighborhood in Albuquerque.

  • Un-Sprawl Case Study

    A Terrain.org case study of Civano New Town, the sustainable community designed by Moule & Polyzoides just outside of Tucson, Arizona.

1997

  • Sustainable Architecture

    An exploration of how and why twentieth-century architecture has contributed to environmental degradation. Case studies, including the University of Arizona Highland District Master Plan, provide guidelines for ameliorating such abuse.

1994

  • Urban Revisions

    Catalog to the 1994 exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which included Playa Vista and the Los Angeles Downtown Strategic Plan.

1993

  • Los Angeles Architecture

    A survey of Los Angeles' most provocative buildings and landmarks, with an architectural analysis of the entire period of the city's development. Includes contextual discussion of several Moule & Polyzoides projects: Pomona College Harwood-Lyon Court, Beverly Hills Golden Triangle Enhancement, Los Angeles Downtown Strategic Plan and Playa Vista.

  • The New Urbanism

    A guide to the New Urbanism, with case studies of many pioneering projects, including three by Moule & Polyzoides: Playa Vista, University of Arizona Highland District Master Plan and the Los Angeles Downtown Strategic Plan.

1992

  • Playa Vista

    L.A. Architect article by Peter Deveraux about Playa Vista project.