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Buzzing Lights : The Fading Neon Landscape in North America

In 1991 when I was eleven years old my family (mom, dad, aunt, uncle, and four cousins) flew from Toronto, Canada to caravan up PCH from Anaheim (err, Disneyland) to San […]

LA’s very own Cliff Garten nominated for Architizer A+ Awards!

Some of you may be familiar with Cliff Garten’s brilliant sculptures… he’s recently been nominated for two Architizer A+ Awards! From the Press Release: Cliff Garten’s “Los Angeles Opens Its […]

Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio

We’re super excited about the Heatherwick Studio exhibition opening up at the Hammer Museum this week! Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio (on view February 20-May 24, 2015) […]

The Machine Project Field Guide to The Gamble House

Hey!  It’s finally here: The Machine Project Field Guide to the Gamble House.  This Friday marks the start of a two week run of events hosted by the Machine folks at […]

Thom Mayne Manages Whiny Frank Gehry, Puts Him Back Into The MOCA Show

Thom Mayne, a Pritzker Prize-winning L.A. architect, has wined, dined, and patted the hand of whiny Frank Gehry until the latter architect agreed to rejoin the upcoming MOCA exhibition, A New […]

Everything Loose Will Land at MAK

Who is the crazy guy cowering in the odd room full of origami-like boxes? It’s Jef Raskin, the guy who would go on to invent the Macintosh system ubiquitous to Apple […]

Ira Svobodová’s White Spaces

I am all about the newest Pacific Standard Time initiative, Modern Architecture In L.A., so it’s no surprise to myself that I’m drooling over the ideological spaces painted by artist […]

Pacific Standard Time: Modern Architecture In L.A.

Ever since 2011, the great force that is the Getty Museum has been entertaining us with Pacific Standard Time, an arts initiative that focuses on the artistic fruits of modern […]

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