A new concrete apartment building planned for West Hollywood will remix the concrete and garden elements of 20th century brutalist architecture. However, these renderings in Architects Newspaper show a different result that what one thinks of as brutalism.
A project team led by developers Wilson Meany and Stockbridge has unveiled the latest batch of renderings for a 3,000-unit mixed-use neighborhood set to rise around the forthcoming Los Angeles Rams stadium in Inglewood, California.
The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission (LACHC) has recommended historic-cultural monument status for the entirety of the Los Angeles Times Mirror Square complex, a decision that could potentially nix developer Onni Group’s plans to demolish a 1970s-era addition to the complex by William Pereira.
As part of an upcoming centennial celebration, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, media artist Refik Anadol, and Google Arts & Culture have partnered to create WDCH Dreams, a series of digital art projections that will bathe the Walt Disney Concert Hall in “dream-like” light.
“Either you bring the water to LA or you bring LA to the water.” The classic movie Chinatown tells the story of a crucial period in the city’s development: when the construction of a great aqueduct allowed . . .
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is back at it again with more outlandish ideas to solve Los Angeles’ traffic. Earlier this month, Musk’s latest venture–The Boring Company–resuscitated its flawed proposal to dig new car tunnels for Los Angeles, this time to connect the Red Line subway with Dodger Stadium.