An artistic anchor in a burgeoning section of Hollywood while signaling an eastward shift in the cultural center of Los Angeles.
Michael Maltzan Architecture
The Park is not a mimetic representation of nature, but is instead defined by activity, utility, and performance.
The St. Petersburg Pier, known as "The Lens", was recently selected as the winner of the international competition.
A state-of-the-art facility that will transform creative arts education and performing arts at San Fransisco State and throughout the region.
As cars pass from east to west, the building's facade transforms itself as its saw tooth facets open to view.
Inner-City Arts serves over 30,000 at-risk youth from Los Angeles public schools each year, providing a range of art facilities and services, and an oasis in an otherwise challenging urban environment.
Five floors of residential units, arranged in a partially open U-shaped configuration, cradle a central courtyard.
The Inside Outside Team have been selected as the winners of the international competition for the planning of the "Giardini di Porta Nuova", a 100,000 square meter park, the first step in a wider-ranging project for construction of a City of Fashion and an Institutional Campus.
The Museum of Modern Art moved to its temporary quarters in Long Island City, Queens in June 2002, awaiting the completion of a major expansion of its Midtown Manhattan space, by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, scheduled for completion by 2005.
The new Kidspace Museum is located in Brookside Park on three acres of gently sloping, forested land.