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The La Brea Tar Pits Are an L.A. Landmark. Why Weren’t L.A. Architects Tapped for the Redo?

The iconic Miracle Mile museum unveiled three future plans to the public, all of them designed by outsiders
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The LACMA Redesign Faces More Pushback—This Time Over Parking

A neighborhood group has filed suit to oppose a planned parking structure

LACMA’s Redesign Plan Looks Totally Different Now

But the project remains equally ambitious

Ugly or Visionary? L.A.’s New Buildings Are Either Case Studies of Architectural Ambition or Cautionary Tales

L.A. has always been a place of experimentation, but now it appears to be in a design arms race

The Nebulous Future of LACMA’s Black Blob Design

At a ”Third Los Angeles” talk, architecture critics disagreed on the merit of Peter Zumthor’s design for the museum’s new building

Who Just Gave LACMA the Biggest Gift In Its History?

The Miracle Mile museum receives $500 million of art but there's a bit of mystery behind the donation

Seven Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas for Locals Only

L.A.-inspired outfits, plus how to pull them off

LACMA’s Lighter New Look

Culture Shot: The "big black amoeba" is gone, replaced by a sprawling, illuminated white amoeba

LACMA’s Big Black Amoeba

William L. Pereira was nobody's first choice to design the Los Angeles County Museum of Art but Peter Zumthor is Michael Govan's ideal candidate to redesign it.