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  • See Wright's landmark Hollyhock House through the prism of its artful glass

     
    David Judson of the renowned Los Angeles glass workshop Judson Studios will lead 25 visitors on a special 1½-hour lecture and tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House on Feb. 27. Judson will provide the historical background of art glass while...
  • The time is Wright: Frank Lloyd celebrated from L.A. to New York this month

     
    Frank Lloyd Wright, arguably the first "starchitect" and perhaps the most celebrated residential designer of the 20th century, continues to be a news maker more than 50 years after his death. "Contemplating the Void," a show featuring 200 renderings...
  • USC to house works of architectural 'unsung hero'

     
    To the cognoscenti, Edward H. Fickett was the award-winning architect behind the Port of Los Angeles, La Costa Resort & Spa, Edwards Air Force Base and tens of thousands of airy, affordable tract homes throughout Southern California. To Better Homes......
  • Lecture and architecture tour focus on Lloyd Wright

     
    Architect Lloyd Wright, eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright, may have followed in his father’s career footsteps, but his projects -- including 1920s houses and two early shells for the Hollywood Bowl -- were infused with his own statement about the...
  • L.A. Modernism Show to celebrate Paul Tuttle

     
    If you hit the Los Angeles Modernism Show this weekend in Santa Monica, remember the name Paul Tuttle (1918-2002). In the annals of Los Angeles midcentury modernism, Tuttle may not loom nearly as large as Charles Eames and Pierre Koenig, but he should. He...
  • Sweetheart soaps? BE MINE!

     
    I've completely fallen in love with these "Spell it Out" soaps by L.A.-based soap makers Dugshop (their Etsy store name) or Bubble Genius (their newly launched website's name)....
  • Monster Mash: Downtown L.A.'s new skyscraper debuts; Obamas donate to Detroit youth theater; Banderas back on Broadway?

     
    -- Big and tall: Downtown L.A. welcomes its first new skyscraper since the early 1990s, the Ritz-Carlton hotel-condo tower. (Los Angeles Times) -- Presidential support: The Obamas have personally donated $10,000 to Detroit's Mosaic Youth Theatre. (Detroit...
  • In case you missed it: the Pasinetti house in the hills

     
    A year ago we profiled the 1958 Pasinetti house, a relatively small but intriguing house by architect Haralamb Georgescu . As writer Jeffrey Head explained: Before he fled Communist rule in Romania and immigrated to the U.S. in 1947, Georgescu had a...
  • Architect Victor Cohenca to discuss the Jewel House and Frank Lloyd Wright today at DWR

     
    Los Angeles architect Victor Cohenca of VC Design will discuss the renovation of the Jewel House, which he purchased in 2008, tonight from 7 to 9 at Design Within Reach. In the slide-lecture "The Spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright," Cohenca looks at the...
  • Art review: 'Kandinsky' at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

     
    Just over a year ago, New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum completed a three-year restoration project for its great landmark building by Frank Lloyd Wright. Among much else, the beautifully done project put a grayish white skin on the original......
  • Cafe Surfas tops Bon Appetit's list of dine-in stores

     
    What? No Ikea and its Swedish meatballs??? Cafe Surfas, the eatery at Surfas gourmet and kitchen supply store in Culver City, tops Bon Appétit's list of the 10 best in-store dining spots. Says the mag: Southern California's premier restaurant supply........