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  • Obama library will be prime architectural commission

     Obama library will be prime architectural commission
    It's destined to be Chicago's architectural commission of the decade, a building that gives physical form to the soaring ideals of the nation's first African-American president.
  • The value of relics depends on the right buyer

    Q: What can you tell me about my desk from the early 1960s? It is an Alma desk from Wise Economy. A: Smart collectors know that the issue here is not whether the desk is an antique. It is not. The question is: Does it have value now, and is it likely...

    Los Angeles Modern Auctions sale has items by Eames, Saarinen, others

    Los Angeles Modern Auctions sale has items by Eames, Saarinen, others
    For those who love 20th century home furnishings and fine art, the city’s most prestigious specialist design auction house, Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), is having its first ever warehouse tag sale on April 18-19 in the company’s Van...

    Consider the social-architectural context of LACMA's 1965 design

    Consider the social-architectural context of LACMA's 1965 design
    It's one of those tidbits of Los Angeles architectural history that can seem minor or hugely emblematic, depending on the context. In April 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art opened its new campus on Wilshire Boulevard, designed by...

    Bold form: The buildings of Pritzker juror Alejandro Aravena in Santiago

    Bold form: The buildings of Pritzker juror Alejandro Aravena in Santiago
    One in a series of¬†dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda on the art and architecture of Chile. Of the Chilean architects working today, Alejandro Aravena is the most high-profile — and, with his good looks and spiky salt-and-pepper hair, perhaps the...