Shortlist announced for Armenian American Museum to rise on this site in Glendale, California

Architecture, Urbanism, West
Thursday, April 30, 2015
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Aerial view of Armenia American Museum's proposed site.

Aerial view of Armenia American Museum’s proposed site. (AGCC)

Four teams have been shortlisted to compete for the design of the Armenian American Museum in Glendale, California. Commemorating the contributions of Armenian-Americans and “sharing the Armenian experience,” the 30,000-square-foot building will include exhibition space, an auditorium, library, classrooms, and support spaces. The announcement came on the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

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If you’re in San Diego on April 30th, come meet AN’s Bill Menking at the San Diego Architectural Foundation

Architecture, Media, West
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
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San Diego skyline. (Tours Departing Daily / Flickr)

San Diego skyline. (Tours Departing Daily / Flickr)

On April 30th, the San Diego Architectural Foundation will be hosting AN’s Editor-in-Chief Bill Menking for an intimate mix and mingle. The event will be held at architect Rob Quigley’s home, which he will be touring at 5:30p.m. and the mixer event will follow at 6:00p.m. Menking is looking forward to learning more about the architecture scene in San Diego, and talking to those in attendance about the work we do here at AN. If you’re in the area and interested in attending, shoot an email to info@sdarchitecture.org.

Q+A> French artist Vincent Lamouroux turned this Los Angeles building into a stark, white ghost

Art, On View, Q+A, West
Friday, April 24, 2015
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(Elizabeth Daniels)

(Elizabeth Daniels)

Silver Lake’s so-called Bates Motel—it’s actually the soon-to-be-demolished Sunset Pacific Motel—is in the process of getting whitewashed with lime wash as part of French artist Vincent Lamouroux’s installation, Projection. The undertaking, which opens to the public on Sunday and lasts for two weeks, was sponsored and organized by downtown LA gallery Please Do Not Enter. AN West Coast Editor Sam Lubell talked with Lamouroux to get the scoop on his ambitious urban piece.

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Edward Cella’s art and architecture gallery opens its new Culver City space in May

Architecture, Art, Interiors, West
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
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(Edward Cella Art and Architecture)

(Edward Cella Art and Architecture)

Renowned Los Angeles gallery Edward Cella Art and Architecture, which left its six-year home on Wilshire Boulevard last year, is opening its new location on La Cienega Boulevard in Culver City on May 9.

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Obit> Asa Hanamoto, 1923–2015

Landscape Architecture, Obit, West
Thursday, April 16, 2015
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Asa Hanamoto at Santa Clara Central Park (Charles Birnbaum)

Asa Hanamoto at Santa Clara Central Park (Charles Birnbaum)

Pioneering post-war landscape architect Asa Hanamoto passed away at his home in Mill Valley, California on April 9.

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Berkeley designers propose building this pavilion entirely out of books, and you can help kickstart the project

Architecture, Art, City Terrain, West
Friday, April 3, 2015
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Lacuna will be literally made of books (Project Lacuna)

Leaders of the Bay Area Book Festival (taking place June 5–7 in Berkeley) are teaming up with arts group Flux Foundation to make Lacuna, a wood-framed, yurt-like structure containing over 50,000 books, all donated by the Internet Archive.

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Another architectural bookstore bites the dust: Hennessey+Ingalls closes Hollywood location

Architecture, Art, West
Thursday, April 2, 2015
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Hennessey + Ingall's Santa Monica location will remain open. (Hennessey + Ingalls)

Hennessey + Ingall’s Santa Monica location will remain open. (Hennessey + Ingalls)

Art and architecture book nirvana Hennessy + Ingalls closed its Hollywood location on Sunday after just six years in business. The store had been situated in a bow truss structure inside Space 15 Twenty on Cahuenga Boulevard, just north of Sunset.

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San Francisco never looked as grand as in this nighttime time lapse video

Architecture, Skyscrapers, West
Monday, March 30, 2015
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Still from Gotham City SF.

Still from Gotham City SF.

This black-and-white time-lapse video by Toby Harriman shows San Francisco at its most dramatic. The skyline emerges quietly from its famous fog as the city and its bridges twinkle in the distance—including Leo Villareal’s Bay Lights installation. As the music builds, Gotham City SF picks up pace, showing dramatic angles at high speeds completely appropriate for an action thriller. You’d have to watch to really understand.

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Eavesdrop> Don’t call me Shirley! Eric Garcetti lands Airplane! in Downtown Los Angeles

Eavesdroplet, West
Monday, March 30, 2015
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From the Airplane! movie poster. (Courtesy Jim Abrahams and David and Jerry Zucker)

From the Airplane! movie poster. (Courtesy Jim Abrahams and David and Jerry Zucker)

Last month LA Mayor Eric Garcetti attended a screening of his favorite movie, Airplane!, at the historic Million Dollar Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The event included a Q&A with Garcetti and the film’s directors, Jim Abrahams and David and Jerry Zucker.

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Nike pops up in Los Angeles’ Arts District, but time is running out

Architecture, West
Friday, March 27, 2015
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(Nike)

(Nike)

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 28, is the last day to enjoy Nike’s Air Max Box pop up at 735 East 3rd Street in LA’s Arts District. The installation, inspired by one of the company’s shoe boxes and designed to show off the brand’s Air Max Zero, is covered with an array of LED displays, projecting kinetic Nike-related graphics. Read More

Peter Zumthor “reins it in” with updates to his Los Angeles art museum proposal

Architecture, News, West
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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(Atelier Peter Zumthor & Partner)

(Atelier Peter Zumthor & Partner)

Peter Zumthor’s $ 600 million plan for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is changing. Again. According to a piece in the Los Angeles Times, the sprawling and curving black form has been angled off, weighted to the south, and outfitted with greyish, double-height galleries poking up above the main mass’ roofline.

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On View> When the Future had Fins: American Automotive Designs and Concepts, 1959-1973

Design, On View, Transportation, West
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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(All images courtesy Christopher West Mount Gallery)

(All images courtesy Christopher West Mount Gallery)

When the Future had Fins: American Automotive Designs and Concepts, 1959-1973
Christopher West Mount Gallery, Pacific Design Center
8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA
Through May 20

Once upon a time the American car industry was king. Nothing captures the prestige, aspirations, and mythology of Detroit’s heyday quite like the working sketches and drawings used to develop and promote the land boats we used to call automobiles.

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