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(Paula Bronstein)

(Paula Bronstein)


Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change
Annenberg Space For Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
Through May 3, 2015

Sink or Swim: Design for a Sea Change, at the Annenberg Space For Photography, examines worldwide resiliency strategies in architecture and design for the new challenges brought about by climate change and sea level rise.

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Night at the Museum II: Bjarke Ingels to re-imagine National Building Museum for new exhibition

Architecture, Art, East, On View
Thursday, December 11, 2014
"HOT TO COLD" at the National Building Museum. (Courtesy National Building Museum)

“HOT TO COLD” at the National Building Museum. (Courtesy National Building Museum)

The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) is returning to the National Building Museum shortly after its hugely-popular, and highly-traversed maze installation in the building’s Grand Hall. This January, the museum will present what is essentially a retrospective on BIG’s work called HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation.

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Daly Genik and Machineous Affordably Fabricate Sun Shaded Facades

Friday, January 4, 2013
Brought to you with support from:
Broadway Hse DGA 7882

To avoid the monotony of a repetitive facade, Daly Genik designed idiosyncratic sun shades for the apartments’ south-facing windows. (Courtesy Iwan Baan)

The fabrication team cut, folded, and welded 264 aluminum panels into 66 uniquely shaped sun shades.

One of the challenges of designing affordable housing, points out Kevin Daly, principal at LA firm Daly Genik Architects, is “managing a balance between the economic forces that demand repeatability and the risk that monotony comes with that repetitiveness.”

Daly Genik and LA fabricators Machineous came up with a great solution for Broadway Apartments, an affordable project at the corner of Broadway and 26th Street in Santa Monica, developed by Community Corporation of Santa Monica. Read More

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