Ann Gray is an architect and publisher of FORM Magazine.
"How do you turn an aging building and make it relevant to the employer who's looking to attract and retain employees?"
Nov. 6, 2018from Design and Architecture
The Academy Museum under construction on September 27, 2017 Photo by Avishay Artsy
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was first dreamed of a century ago by silent film star…
Oct. 3, 2017from Design and Architecture
Last year, I approached KCRW with the most ridiculous idea, in a career admittedly built on them: What if we did a sports-like tournament, but centered on tortillas?
Aug. 7from Good Food
This week, you can: experience 1976 Dogtown; explore multiple layers of Chinese material art; see how a Japanese artist-builder made the imaginary real; discuss Southern California…
Aug. 5from Design and Architecture
A large two-story Craftsman house on a residential street in Koreatown has been subdivided into 15 single-occupancy bedrooms and bathrooms, and common living and dining areas.
Aug. 20from Design and Architecture
The Sundown Series is an amateur sailboat race open to anyone, and it costs $5 to enter. The race occurs on the third Friday of every month from May to September.
Jul. 25from Greater LA
This week, LA County Board of Supervisors approved a new sustainability plan that includes making parks and public lands more accessible, going fossil fuel-free in 25 years, and…
Aug. 7from Greater LA
The designer of “The Blue Whale” has died. The Argentinian-born architect Cesar Pelli of the Petronas Towers and other landmarks passed July 19 at age 92.
Jul. 23from Design and Architecture
Reports of San Francisco’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Jul. 25from Zócalo's Connecting California
Three shootings in the span of one week in California, Texas, and Ohio have community members and political leaders speaking out against gun violence and hateful rhetoric toward the…
Aug. 5from Greater LA
There’s a Jonathan Gold-sized hole in the heart of Los Angeles.
Jul. 26from Good Food