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Featuring a one-night performance from Moveable Piece (theater in unexpected places) Two plays about micro-housing, a wine reception, music and more. Friday, August 2nd, 2013 Doors open at 7pm Showings begin at 7:30pm and 8:45pm   $8 suggested donation   LA […]

  The LA Forum’s current dual exhibitions How Small is Too Small and By-Right/By-Design are featured in an article in the LA Times on Thursday, June 13th: Micro apartments in Los Angeles: ‘How Small is Too Small?’   Photo Credit: Tom […]

The LA Forum Presents Two Concurrent Exhibitions: How Small is Too Small and BY-Right/BY-Design LA Forum Events @ WUHO Gallery 6518 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028 Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, noon to 5 pm In 2010, according to […]

The winning and honorable mention entries from the Dingbat 2.0 Competition were announced at the LA Forum’s Dingbat 2.0 Exhibition opening on Saturday, June 19th, at LA Forum Events @ WUHO*. There were EIGHT professional winners and FIVE student winners selected for the competition from over 80 architects and designers from 18 countries.

Alternate solutions that allow Dingbats to more actively and sustainably serve their residents, their communities and the public realm will be required if Los Angeles is to meet the demands of its residential future.

Edited by Alan A. Loomis In the context of the Dead Malls competition, the winter edition of the Forum’s newsletter examines the landscape and infrastructure of commerce. Covering both new and old shopping malls and districts, it provides a framework […]

Edited by Barbara Lamprecht The spring issue of the Forum’s online newsletter on housing explores innovative and alternative housing in the past and in the present, examining failures as well as successes. Articles: The Case Against Standardization by Morris Newman […]

In 2001, Baldwin Hills Village, a private garden city development now called Village Green, was given National Historic Landmark status by the federal government while Aliso Village, a public housing project, was declared a slum and torn down in preparation […]