Newsletter Subscription
Print Subscription
Change Address
Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 06_06.25.2014_CA
In This Issue:
  • This Oakland-based multi-disciplinary design practice works at the intersection of art and architecture.
  • Linda Norden showcases the photography of this "anthropologist of information and memory."
  • Chip Lord takes in an auto-oriented exhibition by Jesse Sugarmann and book by Charissa Terranova.
  • Alan Hess gets the scoop on Los Angeles' greatest public space.
  • Advertisement
  • Sam Lubell advocates for the merging of corporate and boutique architecture practices.
  • Pig-out at this meat-centric Hollywood eatery.
  • U.S. Army Corps opts for $1 billion Los Angeles River restoration plan.
  • Renzo Piano Building Workshop designing mixed-use in San Francisco suburbs.
  • Advertisement
  • Zoltan Pali remembers the resolve and poetry of his friend and mentor.
  • Philanthropist sues Seele over problematic facade at Los Angeles museum.
  • Los Angeles' Union Station enters next phase with big ambitions.