This is the fifth installment of our Pacific Standard Time Presents diary, tracking modern architecture happenings all over the city during the Getty's big initiative. Check out our previous entries:
*The Getty's Big, New Exploration of L.A. Architecture
*SCI-Arc's Gala and a Concert at Jackie Treeh ... More >>
This is the second installment of our Pacific Standard Time Presents diary, covering the Modern architecture extravaganza that's blanketing the city. Go here for the first installment: *The Getty's Big, New Exploration of L.A. Architecture.
Who would have guessed that with just the right amount of ... More >>
*Thom Mayne, Frank Gehry & the L.A. Architects Who Changed Everything
*Schindler House's Exhibit About How We Travel
*Moby: L.A. Architecture's New Mascot
Neutra, Gehry, Schindler, Eames -- they're all included in the Getty Institute's initiative Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Arc ... More >>
It was in 1977, in a bathroom in Berkeley, that architect Mark Mack put his body on the line for his fellow man.
As a photographer stood by to record the action, a naked Mack gingerly lowered himself, ass first, into a bathtub. The shoot had a simple objective: Demonstrate how a man could enter a b ... More >>
Remember when we told you, about a year ago, that East Coast film schools were pining for westward expansion?
Well in the case of Emerson College, whose mothership is situated in Boston, that day has come. On Thursday morning, Emerson officials, along with Councilman Eric Garcetti and L.A. Mayor An ... More >>
J. RitzThe eastern portion of Morgan, Walls & Clements' Chapman Market on 6th Street.
We'd love to linger over a classic breakfast combo and endless cups of coffee at John Lautner's 1949 Googie Coffee Shop, since it was the actual place whose name defined a genre. And then enjoy the cannello ... More >>
Over the past 50 years, the city has tried repeatedly to turn Grand Avenue into the living, breathing heart of downtown, and has failed miserably. Now, a public-private group led by Eli Broad is trying again with the emphasis on private