See Tony Berlant’s latest works at Kohn Gallery; witness Auschwitz in miniature at REDCAT; check out four exhibitions at A+D museum; hear from a design duo that remade Hotel Figueroa; and don’t forget to drop in on the Two-Bit Circus Micro Amusement Park.
This week, see 2018 student visions at SCI-Arc; hear Bucky Fuller’s daughter Allegra Fuller Snyder talk about her father’s legacy; find out how ballet and its graphics became a weapon in the Cold War; let loose at Santa Monica’s new architect-designed playground; check out Edmund de Waal’s sculptural response to the Schindler House; and get a canine reaction to art at dOGUMENTA.
This week, you can: appreciate the ice box (and more modern sustainable design practices); explore East Los Angeles though the lens of Rafael Cardenas; learn about landscaping for a safer California; go to an exhibition about activism in the architecture and design community; and see quilted crafts from an African American Punk Rocker
This week you can: learn about preserving landmarks core to the African American experience; see Tokyo through lenses past and present; see classic films where animation and music groove; get a sneak peak at the future of waterfront developments; and shop L.A.-branded products to support local designers and makers.
Is high-rise living the future of housing in downtown LA? DnA visits the Gensler-designed Metropolis tower complex to learn how the architects turned a freeway-adjacent site into sky-high luxury condos, and how its Chinese developer Greenland and Beverly Hills realtor The Agency are selling the new “downtown dream” to prospective buyers.