Host Frances Anderton looks at design and architecture from a Los Angeles perspective.
Geoffrey von Oeyen completed a dream house for his brother, only to see it destroyed by the Woolsey Fire two years ago.
Roman Mars talks about LA, writing for print v. radio, and whether he secretly yearns to be a designer.
Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness . A coliving project in Hollywood was designed to remedy it. Then came a pandemic.
DnA looks into the extreme measures being taken to improve air conditioning and asks whether outside air is cheaper and healthier. Also, D.J.
California has around 21,000 licensed architects, and 300 of them are Black. SoCalNOMA hopes to change that. Also, computer engineer William English made the mouse a reality.
The restaurants on Santa Monica’s Main Street took a huge hit from the COVID-19 shutdown.
XPRIZE is offering $1 million to designers of a protective face mask that people will actually want to wear.
Statues of slave traders and Confederate leaders are being toppled or defaced during protests following the killing of George Floyd.