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Edited by Vinayak Bharne and Alan A. Loomis After the Second World War, cities devastated by the conflict had to rebuild themselves. Los Angeles, devastated by self-inflicted Urban Renewal, began the rebuilding process soon after. This issue examines the several […]

LINER A competition by the LA FORUM 6518 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles Hollywood Boulevard is the last unretouched Main Street in Los Angeles. By day and by night, the sidewalks host a constant parade of pedestrians – lingerers, tourists, hipsters, […]

The Round One Jury for the LA FORUM Liner Competition are: Annie Chu Julie Eizenberg Qingyun Ma Thom Mayne Norman Millar Roland Wahlroos-Ritter Click here to download registration form. Please check the website frequently for future updates

Please join the L.A. Forum this Sunday from 2-5 at Virginia Avenue Park in Santa Monica for the second of our Sunblock Series dedicated to the exploration, use, and discussion of recently completed outdoor space. Julie Eizenberg of Koning Eizenberg […]

On Thursday evening, January 31, 2002, architect John Kaliski moderated the second in the Forum’s “Slippery When Wet” panel discussions, this one focused on housing and held at Woodbury’s downtown facility. It was a riveting and illuminating evening for two […]

On June 17, 2003 the collaborative LAH*UB [Los Angeles H* Urban Bureau] sponsored a panel discussion at Gallery 727 on the subject of public space in downtown Los Angeles, in conjuction with their Civic Park Proposals competition/exhibit (see Issue 5). […]

This series of evenings, dealing with architecture in the newly transformed city, take place at Woodbury University’s Center for Community Research and Design 6518 Hollywood Blvd. Street parking or paid parking in rear lot. Admission $7, Forum members. The evenings […]