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  • How David Geffen's gift to Lincoln Center reflects on Music Center

    How David Geffen's gift to Lincoln Center reflects on Music Center
    With the news Wednesday of David Geffen's $100-million gift to Lincoln Center for the renovation of Avery Fisher Hall — which will be renamed David Geffen Concert Hall — the first sound I thought I heard was a resounding slap in the face of...
  • A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice

    A lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice
    To get to Gjusta, you tool past Santa Monica's Main Street boutiques, past Jonathan Borofsky's leering ballerina clown on the corner of Main and Rose, and turn left just after the giant Claes Oldenburg binoculars that mark Google's Los Angeles offices....
  • Winery by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic channels nature's raw power

    Winery by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic channels nature's raw power
    One in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda on the architecture of Chile. Wineries used to be buildings of almost pure industrial functionality: a space in which to truck in grapes and smash them, rooms of fermentation vats and cool,...
  • Toyo Ito's architecture beckons a critic to Asia

    Toyo Ito's architecture beckons a critic to Asia
    Jet lag can do strange things to a person. But it wasn't just a mixed-up body clock that had me awake at 3 a.m. during a trip to Japan a few years ago, madly scrolling through online ferry schedules and trying to plot a route by train, boat and taxi to...
  • Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly

    Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly
    "The public sector stopped making public space a long time ago," Los Angeles architect Jon Jerde told Wired magazine rather matter-of-factly in 1999. Jerde, who died last month at age 75, was best known for projects that were both resigned to and...
  • Architect Smiljan Radic's striking redo of Chile's pre-Columbian museum

    Architect Smiljan Radic's striking redo of Chile's pre-Columbian museum
    First in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda exploring the art and architecture of Chile. Chilean architect Smiljan Radic is best known for seemingly coming out of nowhere to create the 2014 summer pavilion for London's Serpentine Gallery,...
  • Top trends from Paris Fashion Week

    Top trends from Paris Fashion Week
    The future at Junya Watanabe At his superb show early Saturday morning at Paris Fashion Week, Junya Watanabe gave us a lot to chew on — lampshade-looking headgear, graffiti body makeup and the future of fashion as we know it. Watanabe explored...
  • Roundup: Gehry's bag building, free speech limits, Frank Lloyd leaves Santa Monica

    Frank Gehry opens the doors on his first design in Australia. Zaha Hadid settles her lawsuit against a prominent New York critic. And Los Angeles' Hollyhock House gets a makeover. Plus: the limits of free speech in Europe, L.A.’s illegal...
  • 'Jupiter Ascending' spaceships may look familiar to Chicagoans

    'Jupiter Ascending' spaceships may look familiar to Chicagoans
    Depending how you see it, and how generous you are, the wonders of "Jupiter Ascending," the new space opera from Chicago filmmakers Lana and Andy Wachowski, the team behind "The Matrix," should be endless. For those who come to regard it as a camp classic...
  • Architectural photography at One World Trade Center

    Architectural photography at One World Trade Center
    Last week, I traveled to New York with Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin to photograph his review of the new One World Trade Center building in Lower Manhattan. The trip took me around the building from near and far and all the way to the top...
  • Frank Gehry defends Lucas Museum's novel design

    Frank Gehry defends Lucas Museum's novel design
    The recent outpouring of negative sentiment in Chicago against MAD Architects' proposal for George Lucas' lakefront museum is troubling to read. Chicago is a great city for architecture and has historically supported innovative, forward-looking work....