A Destination for Learning

Monday, September 24, 2012
A-Destination-For-Learning Architecture Awareness

Why is it that libraries remain an important subject today? Public libraries are a symbol of a democratic access to knowledge. The Los Angeles Central Library is a stimulant destination for learning.

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The Rock and the Pavilion

Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The Rock and the Pavilion Architecture Awareness

Michael Heizer “Levitated Mass” and Bruce Goff’s Pavilion for Japanese Art. Two works, placed a couple of hundred yards one from another, could not be more different. The “rock” is a late-bloomer of the Land Art movement. The pavilion can be traced back to Frank Lloyd Wight’s principles of Organic Architecture. reinterpreted by Bruce Goff.

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Part 2: The Wall, Fast Food and Fellini

Saturday, April 21, 2012
Part 2: The Wall, Fast Food and Fellini Architecture Awareness

An encounter with “The Wall Along Wilshire,” following a visit of selected artworks at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.

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