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Deconstructing Mini Mall Architecture: Washington Blvd

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Pondering the psychology of retail architecture, the last mini mall critique surmised that developers jazz up shopping centers with extras to keep shoppers entertained. But who has the budget of the Grove? So in this case, developers went with plastic aqua blue-colored waffling on this mini mall off Washington Blvd, right down the street from Marina Del Ray's new development. Plus, the plastic netting has the added effect of making the sucker look bigger than it actually is. Spy a mini mall you'd like to see on Curbed? Email us.

· Deconstructing Mini Mall Architecture: Why the Blue Things? [Curbed LA]