Category list : Los Angeles
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‘Festive federalism means trying to steer the Olympiad back to the idea of a festival in which it has its roots’Subscription
Archive: at the 1984 Olympic Games, Los Angeles explores a new way to organize a worldwide festive event
Interview: Design, Bitches VideoSubscription
‘There’s not a lot of historical boundaries’: Catherine Johnson and Rebecca Rudolph on Los Angeles’ history of architectural experimentation
‘Mining and celebrating LA’s idiosyncratic cultural veins’: Button Mash and The Oinkster in LA by Design, BitchesVideoSubscription
Button Mash and The Oinkster, shortlisted for the Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture 2016
Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Broad Museum in Los Angeles is a fine home for artworks, but sadly does nothing to animate the street
Could the Bi(h)ome solve LA's housing crisis?Subscription
Michael Webb on the Backyard BI(h)OME designed by a UCLA studio taught by architect Kevin Daly
Drawing on the history and typology of its Hollywood milieu, Morphosis’s new media college abstracts and synthesises ideas about surface, space and social connectivity in an ambitiously scaled urban stage set
Los Angeles: Reflecting on six months of showsSubscription
As LA’s architecture season comes to close, Nicholas Olsberg reflects on experimental housing, lacklustre public buildings and an exciting ‘reconsideration’ of civic failures
Editorial View: Los AngelesSubscription
Can the ‘luscious particularity’ of Los Angeles catalyse amore expansive vision of its future?
City of angles: Los AngelesSubscription
Unbuilt treasures and unbuildable schemes are celebrated and mourned, conjuring the spectre of a city that might have been
Interview: Hagy BelzbergSubscription
In the midst of the New Sculpturalism exhibition at MoMA and the Pacific Standard Time Modern Architecture programme, Tom Partridge spoke to Hagy Belzberg, designer of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, about what it’s like to practise in LA.