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Sound and Vision: Happy 10th Anniversary, Disney Hall!

How Frank Gehry’s architectural marvel has transformed L.A.

Going Up: How Your view of Los Angeles is About to Change Forever

At 32 stories City Hall remained the tallest structure here until 611 Place was built downtown in 1969. That’s about to change drastically, with plans for several very high (and even higher-profile) buildings in the works

Architect Frank Gehry On Why L.A. “Doesn’t Take Architecture Seriously”

The city’s most acclaimed architect, Frank Gehry muses on missed opportunities

SoCal’s Rebel Design School Grows Up

Complete the sentence: you know you’re officially establishment when… You buy your first home? You hit 40? You earn kudos from The Man? In SCI-Arc’s case, it’s all three.

Crestwood Hills: Brentwood’s Secret Utopia

Designed by a dream team of midcentury architects, Crestwood Hills boasted a communal nursery, preschool, and credit union. Now, it's part of Pacific Standard Time.

How Disney Hall Redeemed Frank Gehry

Gehry has just gifted downtown with its most potent symbol of renewal; such architectural monuments are expansive gestures of what it means to belong to a city.

Committee of One

On a gloomy winter afternoon, Los Angeles's most powerful civic leader and richest man sprints his way through the Museo Guggenheim in Bilbao, Spain, just as the day before...

The Solitary Existence of L.A.’s Mall Mastermind

From Universal CityWalk to San Diego's Horton Plaza, from the Glendale Galleria to Japan's Canal City, architect Jon Jerde's malls bring millions of people together. So why did he feel so alone?