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FORM follows FUNCTION is a collaborative media studio creating non-fiction, short format videos connecting architecture, people and place. As an open studio, FfF seeks to collaborate with people (architects, designers, and dwellers alike) who are interested in telling unique stories around the built environment, the places around them, and its impact on people's lives.

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Jeepney Tours Bring Visibility to Historic Filipinotown

For Filipinos, the sight of a jeepney darting past Temple and Alvarado may conjure certain memories of riding in the back of one.
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A Different L.A.: Bob & Inner-City Arts

The Co-founder of Inner-City Arts recounts his inspiration for founding the place and why, after nearly 30 years of teaching art, he has no plans to retire. 

A Different L.A.: Jesse and the Typewriter Shop

A DIFFERENT LA (ADLA) is a series featuring remarkable people and places in Los Angeles. The first episode Jesse Flores, whose life's work has helped keep typewriters alive and running in the city of Los Angeles since 1962.

Traces of Union Church in Little Tokyo

The simple yet grand four-columned Colonial building that houses the Union Center for the Arts stands as a monument to what can be accomplished when cooperation, understanding, and the singular vision of a community guides the way.
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Walking Rancho Glassell: Uncovering a Crossroads of History

A walk around the Glassell Park neighborhood reveals many traces of the past.
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Traces of Radiotron in MacArthur Park

From 1983 to 1985, Radiotron provided a safe space for breakdancing, popping, graffiti art, MCing and DJing, becoming known as the first West Coast Hip Hop youth center.
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