Posts Tagged: Curbed LA
“Students responded to that potential with visions for the river that included everything from a birder’s paradise or a punk rocker’s urban wasteland–the kind of variety that suits the major geographic and cultural shifts of the river basin…” Read the
“And, of course, the whole thing ends with Reeves delivering arguably the best line from a career full of magnificent lines: ‘Vaya con Dios.’” Read the article.
“The U-Hauls served as temporary displays for the work of up-and-coming, experimental architecture practices here in Los Angeles–where architecture businesses are known for being experimental, even if they don’t often get a chance to deploy those innovations in Los Angeles.”
“Directly across the street are the green umbrellas and patio of Urth Café, and the imminent La Kretz Innovation Campus will be moving into the warehouse spaces directly across Hewitt Street from the Barker Block, meaning the number of bearded
“Dodger Stadium regulars will notice the changes before they enter the stadium. Local landscape architect Mia Lehrer designed the plazas that will welcome the three million or so fans who come to Dodger Stadium every season. Lehrer says the job was an
“The natural question is whether the money lost to greenmail would be better spent on design improvements, quality of life or infrastructure investments, or for some kind of public benefit.” Read the article
“Much of the new plan focuses on habitat preservation for a small species of fish known as the Delta smelt. Water allotments from the Bay Delta have been shrinking for years because the dwindling numbers of Delta smelt have triggered