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Thanks to the generous support of our members and friends in the community, the Forum’s Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the publication of the Dingbat 2.0 publication raised over $12,000 and achieved “funded” status. The Forum thanks you heartily for your support! […]

The LA Forum announces the launch of our Kickstarter campaign to support the upcoming publication Dingbat 2.0!  The book features projects from the Dingbat 2.0 Competition, which challenged the design community to re-envision dingbat apartment buildings for the 21st Century, […]

  After an absence from print for over a decade, the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design announces the relaunch of the LA Forum Newsletter. The premiere issue features architect Frank Escher on the clinical restoration of the […]

Unfinished Business Panel Discussion Images On July 14, 2012, The Los Angeles Forum conducted two panel discussion in conjunction with the UNFINISHED BUSINESS retrospective exhibition. Images by Monica Nouwens and Luke Gibson Panel 1: Publishing as Practice July 14, 2012  at 2 pm […]

Unfinished Business: Panel Discussions   Please join the LA Forum on Saturday afternoon, July 14th for two panel discussions in conjunction with our UNFINISHED BUSINESS retrospective exhibition.  The opening night reception for the exhibition follows immediately after the discussions. Panel […]

As the LA Forum gears up for it’s 25th year in 2012, we welcome new members to the Board of Directors – James Black, Russel Fortmeyer, Matthew Gillis, Eric Olsen, Bianca Siegl, Michael Sweeney, Linda Taalman and Mimi Zeiger.  The […]

Please join the LA Forum for the panel discussion ‘Marginalia, Edge Conditions in Publishing and Practice’ on August 14th.

The Los Angeles Forum’s annual Out There Doing It lecture series provides a forum for alternative, young, emerging, experimental, research-based, and conceptual design practices to speak about their work before their peers. Listen to and join in dialogue with the speakers […]

The shopping mall is perhaps one of the most cataclysmic typologies of architecture to evolve in the Twentieth Century. What the skyscraper did for the urban commercial landscape, the mall has done for suburban retail. Malls successfully weaned customers away […]