Michael Govan, director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, talks about Peter Zumthor’s design and why the blob now bridges Wilshire Boulevard; and comments on reports of a Frank Gehry-designed skyscraper. DnA also launches a series on drones, starting with a look at how architects are using them.
LACMA Redesigns Its Redesign, Builders Use Drones
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LACMA’s Tarpit-Inspired Design Oozes Across Wilshire
Last year LACMA director Michael Govan and architect Peter Zumthor presented a design for a large, blobular building to take the place of four of the older buildings at the...
KCRW Has Purchased a Drone. Why?
KCRW’s Program Director Gary Scott talks about why the station has obtained an “unmanned aerial vehicle” and invited the station’s audience to take part in a dialogue about...