The firm’s most daring design deviation was to expose the modern HVAC systems along the building’s roofline; those elements now acts as a striking industrial crown.
Author: Thomas Musca
Design, Bitches Transforms Two Warehouses Into a Versatile STEM Tutoring Facility and Community Center
The center—commissioned by 9 Dots, which operates a range of after-school and summer programs—has hosted teacher-training seminars, community workshops, and local non-profits.
Rios Clementi Hale Studios' New L.A. Office Strives to Address Gentrification in a Changing Neighborhood
Since opening last summer in the city's Crenshaw neighborhood, the firm's super-flexible open office has opened itself to local students, artists, and organizations.
The nimble L.A. practice seeks to unlock the city’s potential by conceiving policy solutions and reimagining unglamorous spaces throughout the basin.
Malibu’s Campus Kilpatrick detention facility aims to be a national model for juvenile justice through a humanizing architecture.
A new veteran-focused housing development seeks to offer a more sensitive salve to Los Angeles’s growing homelessness crisis.
LUSH, the latest exhibit at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, is a great way to experience the famous house anew.
In revisiting the speculative proposal, pupils at the School of Architecture at Taliesin strive for avant-garde status without the aesthetic trappings of “Mr. Wright.”
The LA electorate will soon vote on an aggressive piece of legislation, one which has been dangerously misrepresented on social media.
The Porsche Design Tower is an apt symbol for the self-absorbed hedonism of Miami's one percent, who continue to ignore the very real threat of rising seas.