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Mary Ann Ray

What is the condition of “suburbanity?” Suburbs, or that which originally dwelled beneath urbanity, are no longer merely an alternative – be it utopian or degraded – to the city. Rather, suburban form and culture have increasingly become a dominant […]

The spring 2000 lecture series, Booktalk, brought together LA writers on architecture and urbanism to discuss recent publications. The participants included: Mary Ann Ray and Robert Mangurian, Wrapper: 40 Possible Surfaces for the Museum of Jurassic Technology(William Stout Publishers, 2000) […]

This book features a collection of drawings for the redesign of the facade of the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles.

The Forum spoke with the heads of seven local architecture and design programs to inquire how the schools are rethinking design education in the face of accelerated cultural production, changes necessitated by new technologies, and altered societal relations between the design community, the producing/constructing sector and the lay public.

The Forum spoke with the heads of seven local architecture and design programs to inquire how the schools are rethinking design education in the face of accelerated cultural production, changes necessitated by new technologies, and altered societal relations between the design community, the producing/constructing sector and the lay public.