Avishay Artsy

Avishay Artsy

Producer, DnA: Design and Architecture

KCRW Staff/Producer

KCRW news producer and producer of DnA: Design and Architecture

Avishay Artsy on KCRW

In December, we brought you a story about XOTX-Tropico Nursery, an exotic plant store in West Hollywood.

Resistance wasn’t futile: XOTX-Tropico Nursery returns

In December, we brought you a story about XOTX-Tropico Nursery, an exotic plant store in West Hollywood.

from Greater LA

Celebrate Mid-Century design and more in Palm Springs; explore Frieze LA on the back lot of Paramount Studios; and visit several other art fairs and related events across town;…

5 design things to do: Feb 13 - 19

Celebrate Mid-Century design and more in Palm Springs; explore Frieze LA on the back lot of Paramount Studios; and visit several other art fairs and related events across town;…

from Design and Architecture

The movie “Parasite” is favored for many Oscars, including production design.

Architecture in Parasite; Movie villain homes

The movie “Parasite” is favored for many Oscars, including production design.

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