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  • World-class designers are changing the geography of L.A.

    World-class designers are changing the geography of L.A.
    THERE'S Balenciaga, with its space-age interior and minimalist cactus garden out front. Down the road at Alexander McQueen, a larger-than-life metal nude is suspended in the skylight. Martin Margiela's exterior shimmers like a disco ball in the sun, while...
  • What's Frank Up To?

    He’s been called the prophet of architecture. I know him as Frank. Thirty years ago when I was a cub reporter, I wrote the first story about him that appeared in a “popular” magazine—meaning not an architecture magazine. I was (and am) married to an...
  • Architect Ole Scheeren leaving Rem Koolhaas' OMA to open his own office

     
    Ole Scheeren -- who is considered one of the top Asia-based architects for his work on high-profile buildings such as the CCTV tower in Beijing -- is stepping down from his role as partner in Rem Koolhaas' Office for Metropolitan......
  • Familiar list of architects for SFMOMA expansion [Updated]

     
    As it plans an addition to its 1995 Mario Botta-designed home, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is reportedly considering a list of architects heavy on bold-faced names. According to pieces in the San Francisco Business Journal and the......
  • Exhibition review: 'Las Vegas Studio: Images From the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown' at MOCA-PDC

     
    The photographs on display in "Las Vegas Studio: Images From the Archives of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown" have been rescued, in essence, from the cutting-room floor. It just happens to be one of the richest, most revelatory cutting-room......
  • Updated: Pritzker Prize winner Peter Zumthor planning LACMA makeover

     
    The dream of razing four of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s oldest buildings — or at least radically reconfiguring the dreary, closed-in quadrangle they occupy – is being resurrected at the Wilshire Boulevard institution. The Architect’s...
  • Peter Zumthor, Michael Govan plot LACMA's future

     
    For those of you keeping score at home, we’re up to three architectural saviors for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in less than a decade. First came a 2001 proposal by Rem Koolhaas to raze most of the......
  • In Dallas, an arts district rounds into shape

     
    Though the arts district on the edge of downtown Dallas has a long and bumpy history, it is rounding into something at least resembling final form. Two much anticipated new buildings -- an opera house by Foster + Partners and......
  • Hipster Moderne

    Hipster Moderne
    IF you want to see a car designed for designers, you need only turn your oversized Philip Johnson-style spectacles toward the Audi TT. From the moment the first concept car appeared at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1995, it was clear the TT meant to...
  • Beijing simmering over 'the Egg'

    It's the building Beijing residents love to hate. The dome of the new National Center for the Performing Arts glows luminescent as it emerges from a reflecting pool like a pearl or a rising sun. At least that's the impression the French architects of...
  • 'Conversations With Frank Gehry' by Barbara Isenberg

    'Conversations With Frank Gehry' by Barbara Isenberg
    Conversations With Frank Gehry Barbara Isenberg Alfred A. Knopf: 352 pp., $40 My hopes, I'll admit, were not especially high for "Conversations With Frank Gehry," Barbara Isenberg's collection of recent interviews with the architect. Particularly in...