The Oscar-nominated costume and production designers show off their stuff, nature-themed sculptures made with LEGOs, redesigning a downtown park, and Mozart plus art — that’s all this week in design events
Big news for two LA architectural landmarks this week.
LACMA has just announced receipt of a gift of the famed Sheats-Goldstein residence owned by James Goldstein, designed by LA’s most inventive midcentury architect, John Lautner.
And this weekend the Sturges House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, with construction overseen by John Lautner, will be sold at auction.
Puss Puss throws a party, Architects discuss the art of designing performing arts – and science – centers, Frances Stark survey comes to end, a party to greet a cross-country Citibiker, director Eric Bricker talks about Julius Shulman’s Visual Acoustics — that’s your week in design events from DnA.
Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles is a step closer to getting a makeover – with four semi-finalists now selected.
But what happens next? Will the winning idea become a reality? And will any design scheme be able to combat the biggest obstacle to Pershing Square’s success: the parking structure below?