It's a fascinating story about a humble Renaissance Man who left behind the best kind of legacy -- one that's articulated in human relations and in modern architecture.
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Imagine a version of It's a Wonderful Life, only the main character is not George Bailey (James Stewart) a bank executive with financial problems but ...
Designer Cleto Munari is putting his personal collection of art, furnishings and objects -- many created in conjunction with architects like Michael G...
Almost as quickly as it arrived and changed our world, Postmodernism disappeared. But with a new exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, it's time now to take a look back at its evolution.
There has never been more worldwide attention on the creative culture of Los Angeles. People from all over the world came to LA for the opening of the...
Michael Arcega displays sculptural works of common urban fixtures, constructed out of polytarp in reference of emergency tents and urban disasters.
Celebrated among aesthetes, the Barnes Foundation comprises a private collection groaning with manifold treasures among which are found African sculptures, Asian prints and Native American ceramics.
This is the conversation about architecture of the 2st Century. What counts most? Your fanny or your fancy?
I wrote about three places where I have seen Cityism occurring -- Vancouver, Barcelona, and my own city of Santa Monica -- but there are many other cities where Cityism is taking place.
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