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  • Ray Bradbury home's demise has LA re-examining its history

    It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote "Something Wicked This Way Comes," and when the bulldozer came to knock it down literary scholars and preservationists were aghast.
  • A Thom Mayne design draws critics -- before it is officially unveiled

    A Thom Mayne design draws critics -- before it is officially unveiled
    The Los Angeles-based architecture firm Morphosis, led by Thom Mayne, has been chosen to design a resort in Vals, Switzerland, adjacent to the iconic Thermal Baths designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor. However, the decision has...

    Ray Bradbury's house: The postmortem

    The house that Ray Bradbury lived in for 50 years in Los Angeles' Cheviot Hills neighborhood was torn down this month by "starchictect" Thom Mayne, who bought it for $1.765 million and plans to build a new house on the lot. What happened? Why did fans...

    Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars

    Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars
    The fight to preserve Norm’s on La Cienega Boulevard, the chilly reception for Zaha Hadid’s Olympic Stadium design and George Lucas’ plan to keep L.A. as a plan B for his museum — there’s a whole lot of architecture going...

    L.A. and preservation: a sad history of architectural atrocity

    L.A. and preservation: a sad history of architectural atrocity
    To the editor: There's nothing fuzzy about it, contrary to what the article on battles over architectural landmarks like Norms on La Cienega Boulevard suggests: It is quite clear that L.A. has no preservational conscience. ("Bulldoze first, apologize...