Salon Sapiens

Saturday, April 6, 2013

“The Salon on the Spiritually Creative Life” by the Arroyo Seco in Pasdena, under the Ventura Freeway Bridge, is a unique place. Although not many people would chose to build a house under a freway, Carol Soucel King and Richard King had the vision and courage to do it. Within it they host a salon dedicated to link spirituality with the arts, science, philosophy, music, literature and social issues.

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L.A. Cathedral

Sunday, March 17, 2013

The Los Angeles Cathedral is remarkable work of architecture. It was designed by architect Rafael Moneo from Madrid, Spain a Pitzker Price winner, The images of people saluting Pope Francis at Bernini’s Saint Peter’s Square suggest that the subject of a religious spaces respond to a real need.

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Cities: Life Quality & Dwelling

Sunday, October 28, 2012
Growing-Cities-Life-Quality-and-Dwelling Architecture Awareness

The September 2012 issue of Foreign Policy about 75 cities to watch between now and 2025 is reveling. It shows that architecture plays a critical role, not only in bringing quantitative solutions for the needs of a growing population, but also in determining the life quality standards of the 21st. Century.

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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 Sands of Long Beach

Saturday, September 8, 2012
Sands-of-Long-Beach Architecture Awareness

Long Beach’s beach is a long urban one. It serves mainly the local population. It is a relaxing, mostly uncrowded place, in spite of being surrounded by the 16 million people of the Greater Los Angeles. This video illustrates different segments for different interests: walking, biking, kite surfing and water sports.

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