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Guy Horton

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Architecture critic for the Huffington Post, an online publication based in Los Angeles, California and author of The Indicator blog on ArchDaily.com

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What’s a Chief Sustainability Officer you may ask? Guy Horton interviews Matt Petersen, L.A.’s first “sustainability czar.”

Meet Matt Petersen, L.A.’s Chief Sustainability Officer

What’s a Chief Sustainability Officer you may ask? Guy Horton interviews Matt Petersen, L.A.’s first “sustainability czar.”

from Design and Architecture

The new Tom Bradley International Terminal is memorable as much for its display of vast, constantly changing, digital screens as it is for Curtis Fentress-designed ”Great Hall,” that…

LA Design: Digital Seduction at LAX

The new Tom Bradley International Terminal is memorable as much for its display of vast, constantly changing, digital screens as it is for Curtis Fentress-designed ”Great Hall,” that…

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Alvin Huang and his firm Synthesis Design + Architecture have advanced the conversation about how to fuel electric cars, with their design for  a portable tensile membrane structure…

LA Designer: Alvin Huang, SDA and their Portable EV Charging Structure

Alvin Huang and his firm Synthesis Design + Architecture have advanced the conversation about how to fuel electric cars, with their design for a portable tensile membrane structure…

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The solution to Los Angeles traffic may be an unpopular one: charging people for using the roads in core districts at peak times.

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Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” is set in a recreation of 1970s Mexico City. The production designer Eugenio Caballero explains how they created the look for a “modern black and white” film.

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This week, you can: consider the K-Pop model as a fascist tool; follow SCI-Arc’s charette on homelessness; experience 27 museums at one location; enjoy an immersive art experience at…

This week you can: learn how Nike designers push bodies and boundaries; sweat in a disco egg; discuss County and City climate-change design plans; consider how Los Angeles can maximize…

This week: buy handmade gifts by local artisans at CAFAM, catch six closing shows at A+D Museum, see pixilated mosaic tiles of space invaders that pop up all over the world, explore…

The Consumer Electronics Show opens Tuesday in Las Vegas and there is buzz about 5G. But do we have the juice to power the increased speed and connectivity it will bring?

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Governor Jerry Brown has championed California’s high-speed rail project. But as he passes the baton to Gavin Newsom, its future is in question.

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This week: learn how Lorcan O’Herlihy amplifies urbanism; celebrate at Otis College’s centennial party; admire some innovative wood quilts; see how LA artists reflect a sense of place…

One of the stars of this year’s LA Auto Show is Jeep’s all-new pickup truck, the Gladiator. Truck and SUV sales have been doing well, accounting for two-thirds of the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand