Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and his firm OMA are designing a new events center for Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a historic synagogue in Koreatown. Why did the temple need a name-brand architect? And will the two buildings “talk” to each other?
The Gamble House museum turns 50, ceramic art inspired by the LA River, Diavolo’s “architecture in motion,” designing with all your senses, and SCI-Arc’s graduate thesis projects. Here are 5 design things to do this week.
Celebrate the printmakers of Gemini G.E.L., scope out cast-resin objects by Italian artist Gaetano Pesce, hear how stylish older people want to live today, see a VR film about immigration, and take a walk down memory lane in Pasadena.