Design Journalist for KCRW's DnA, historian, writer, curator
Some of you may remember when Memphis furniture and Charles Moore’s Piazza d’Italia (above) bounced into the world, reminding designers steeped in Braun-era minimalism and high-minded…
Sep. 4, 2013from Design and Architecture
Matthew Sullivan is an artist and furniture designer based in LA and he has his own firm, Al Que Quiere – loosely translated from the Latin, "for he who wants it."
Sep. 3, 2013from Design and Architecture
On this week’s show, DJ (design journalist) Maura Lucking interviews fashion designer Bryan Sanderson.
Mar. 26, 2013from Design and Architecture
Fans of the rapper Nipsey Hussle are remembering his music as well as his contributions to South LA, where he was raised.
Apr. 3from Design and Architecture
Los Angeles is considering revising its regulations around billboards to allow more digital signs all around Los Angeles.
May. 29from Design and Architecture
The Wing is a new “women-centric” private club and co-working space in West Hollywood that signals femininity and feminism through design. Is the result a little bit too perfect?
Apr. 30from Design and Architecture
The Coachella Valley comes into bloom with Desert X and Modernism Week. But some of the Desert X artworks raise questions about development in Palm Springs.
Feb. 12from 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
LA Pride takes place this weekend and among those celebrating will be the new residents of the LA LGBT Center.
Jun. 4from 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
Los Angeles-Long Beach has once again been cited the nation’s capital for dirty air, just as LA Mayor Eric Garcetti has made cleaning the air a central plank of his green new deal.
May. 14from Design and Architecture
The Pritzker Prize for 2019 has been awarded to Arata Isozaki, the 87-year-old Japanese architect with a career ranging from brutalist libraries to an inflatable purple concert hall.
Mar. 6from Design and Architecture