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John C. Portman, the architect and developer who sought to remake the ailing American downtown during the 1960s and '70s in his own larger-than-life image, designing glass-skinned office towers and hotels with soaring atriums like the one in the Westin Bonaventure hotel in Los Angeles, died Friday in Atlanta.
Westin Bonaventure architect John Portman, who aimed to soothe the anxiety of the postwar city, dies at 93 
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Westin Bonaventure architect John Portman, who aimed to soothe the anxiety of the postwar city, dies at 93 
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John C. Portman, the architect and developer who sought to remake the ailing American downtown during the 1960s and '70s in his own larger-than-life image, designing glass-skinned office towers and hotels with soaring atriums like the one in the Westin Bonaventure hotel in Los Angeles, died Friday in Atlanta.
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