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  • Peter Zumthor's L.A.-LACMA vision in need of update

    The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam does it. The Louvre does it — twice. The Sackler Museum at Harvard wanted to do it in the 1980s, but neighbors objected and its design was changed.
  • How a SCI-Arc design spoof predicted New York's 'poor doors'

    My mom likes to say that she left South America for the Land of Opportunity, only to have South America follow her here. It's our bit of gallows humor for talking about rising economic inequity here in the United States — an inequity that appears to...

    Round-up: Hirst fetus, Cindy Sherman app and Ai Weiwei vase smash

    Round-up: Hirst fetus, Cindy Sherman app and Ai Weiwei vase smash
    Welcome to Round-up: the once-a-week digest of interesting, important and just plain provocative arts and culture stories -- seasoned with bits of Web weirdness. Want to submit a link for consideration? Best bet is to tweet me. - There is an Ai Weiwei...

    A Venice remodel and addition rooted in a beloved tree

    A Venice remodel and addition rooted in a beloved tree
    Some homeowners might consider a 20-foot Ficus nitida rooted in the middle of a 5,400-square-foot lot to be a liability, especially when planning a major remodel. But architect Carlos Zubieta isn't one of those people. The two-story glass addition...

    New life for Gregory Ain house in Silver Lake

    New life for Gregory Ain house in Silver Lake
    Tony Unruh and Keith Sidley had much in common. Both were Jewish architects from South Africa transplanted to the same Los Angeles neighborhood. Both had married non-Jewish women from Maryland, and both had two young kids. Perhaps most important, both had...