The Southern California Institute of Architecture news – spring 2017 SCI-Arc public lectures introduce speakers from today’s most exciting architects, artists, philosophers and theorists including José Oubrerie, Slajov Žižek and Sylvia Lavin.
Is the home a place for both work and play? A place for entertainment? A destination for travel? A place for family, friends and beyond to gather? Does a home shield you from the elements or bring you closer to them? Who does the home serve?
Design: ROBERT KERR architecture design
This Californian beach house responds to extraordinary site conditions as a progressive revealing of a sculpted interior. Cantilevering on 3 sides, the top level is sculpted to express openings and exaggerate its weight.
Design: Matt Gagnon
Commissioned by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to create public art for the LA Fire Department’s Air Operations facility, this is a sculptural installation located at the Van Nuys Airport in California.
Installation & exhibition news – Neutra VDL Studio and Residence is under the stewardship of the College of Environmental Design (ENV) at Cal Poly Pomona.
Brett Steele named Dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. The Director of the Architectural Association School of Architecture will join UCLA Arts in August.
Development of 800,000 sqft of office space, 250 rental apartments and two boutique hotels as well as shops and restaurants, to replace Rancho Cold Storage’s warehouse buildings along Mesquit.
Design: HKS, Architects
The venue will include 70,000 fixed seats, with the flexibility to expand to host more than 100,000 fans. The building will be the NFL’s newest home and the host for Super Bowl LV in 2021.
Design: Arshia Architects
Situated on Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, this single-family house was molded by the strict regulations of the Mulholland Scenic corridor plan along with extreme site constraints.
Design: Studio Pali Fekete architects
Rehabilitation and redevelopment of the former Beverly Hills Post Office and the creation of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (“the Wallis”) – prize from The California Preservation Design Awards.