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May 5, 2006 | Alex Chun, Special to The Times
"El Bosque" ("The Forest,") an installation of tree-themed sculptures made of resin, aluminum, bronze, steel -- anything but wood -- has sprung up this week at Ernst & Young Plaza downtown. Why no wood? "If the forests are disappearing, there will be no wood, and this may be our future forest," says artist Naomi Siegmann, whose brainchild the project is. The 15 "trees" made by artists from Mexico and the U.S.
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October 6, 2002 | RACHEL USLAN
A new work of architecture has just gone up on Wilshire Boulevard in front of the Page Museum. Strategically built to keep its interior cool, the work is an impressive example of functional design, especially when you consider who the architects are: termites.
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