Aside from water, the L.A. River and Malibu’s beaches at first glance don’t have much in common. But look closer, and you’ll find they are two of L.A.’s most underutilized public spaces. We explore both places and how Angelenos are reclaiming them via recreation.
Reclaiming Public Space-- at the Beach and at the River
From this Episode:
California Builds Greener
Starting July 1st, builders, developers, architects, and mechanical engineers are going to have to design buildings to meet new California Building Energy Efficiency...
5 min, 16 sec
Making L.A.’s Beaches and Rivers Public
Mia Lehrer is a landscape architect who has worked on various projects in L.A. including Dodger Stadium, the L.A. River, Annenberg Beach House and others. She talks about...
12 min, 33 sec
Camping on Concrete at the L.A. River
DnA’s Caroline Chamberlain attended the first official L.A. River campout last month. Organized by the arts nonprofit Clockshop , California State Parks and Mountains...
4 min, 50 sec