Eddie Sykes makes a dynamic folding landscape out of grass and aluminum.
William Krisel opens up about his mid-century modern career
Today marks the launch of West Coast Green, the three-day home show dedicated to sustainable home design and construction.
An exhibit that explores labor-intensive art opens at Portland’s Museum of Contemporary Craft
Russ Leland donates Schindler’s Fitzpatrick House to L.A.’s MAK Center.
Everyone’s favorite avant-garde gallery, SoHo’s Storefront for Art and Architecture, brought out the LA crowds for their first-ever Pop Up Storefront. Setting up on a neon-lit stretch of Sunset Blvd (between an old motel and a strip joint), Storefront showed a set of photographs by Frédéric Chaubin that captured the beautiful architectural monsters of a cloistered Communist era. Dubbed “Cosmic…
Last weekend in the concrete courtyard outside MOCA’s Pacific Design Center outpost in West Hollywood, there was nary a blade of grass in sight. It was the perfect setting to celebrate the release of architect and provacateur Fritz Haeg’s new book, Edible Estates:Attack on the Front Lawn, documenting his efforts to get us to rethink the traditional front lawn. What…
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