Toys may be made in China but many are designed in Los Angeles. We visit the Otis College Department of toy design. Plus, a conversation with Thom Mayne and other LA architects who are "Making It Right" with Brad Pitt in New Orleans. We'll also go design shopping with "The Scout," David A. Keeps.
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Making It Right: Constructs
Making It Right: Morphosis
Making It Right: Pugh + Scarpa
Alejandra Lillo, Architect at Graft, Co-founder of Make It Right
Thom Mayne, Morphosis Architects
Larry Scarpa, Principal of Pugh+Scarpa Architects
Steve Dumez, Architect at Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
Vanessa Gueringer, Chair of ACORN, Lower 9th Ward
Deborah Ryan, Chair of the Toy Design Department, Otis College of Art and Design
Mark Taylor, Professor, Otis College of Art and Design
David A. Keeps, Design writer
Susan Horowitz, Co-creator, LA Continuum
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