Some people are trying to dial back on their phone habit by visiting private clubs with no-phone policies.
Mar. 5from Design and Architecture
California’s new governor Gavin Newsom wants to build a lot more housing in the state: as many as half a million new houses a year. But who’s going to build all that housing?
Jan. 23from Design and Architecture
High-speed rail is going off the tracks. Now state Republicans are floating the idea of an autobahn through the Central Valley.
Feb. 20from Design and Architecture
Almost every residential development in downtown aims to attract pet owners, and doggie businesses outnumber those aimed at children.
Mar. 19from Design and Architecture
Angelenos hate traffic but aren't flocking to mass transit. Will congestion pricing and fees on ride-hailing services change their minds?
Feb. 26from Design and Architecture
Would Christian Bale be nominated for his portrayal of Dick Cheney without help from prosthetics? Will 3D printed crowns beat out bejeweled crowns?
Feb. 19from Design and Architecture
This week you can: go to an art fair, or four; soak up some mid-century design in Palm Springs; learn about the architecture of Ladd & Kelsey; experience a contemporary interpretation…
Feb. 11from Design and Architecture
Your smartphone is addictive. Do you need to “Marie Kondo” your apps, put down the phone altogether, or use it as a “drug” dispensary?
There are big changes coming to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Mar. 27from Design and Architecture
MOCA’s new director Klaus Biesenbach plans to restore “luminosity” -- and, maybe, water -- to the Grand Avenue building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Arata Isozaki.
Mar. 12from Design and Architecture