Schindler House

DELIRIOUS LA June 29, 2015 Corita Kent’s pop is right now Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent, on view at the Pasadena Museum of California Art  through November 1, presents is the first full-scale of the designer’s impassioned […]

DELIRIOUS LA June 1, 2015 Let’s Go Boating: LA Forum explores Sailing Architecture On June 16, the LA Forum and Santa Monica Cultural Affairs presents Sailing Architecture as part of the Beach=Culture series at the Annenberg Beach House. The event […]

DELIRIOUS LA March 23, 2015 Louise Sandhaus on the design that shakes California Louise Sandhaus, a graphic designer and CalArts faculty member, spent a decade excavating California’s rich, but often undigitized, unorganized, and unknown graphic design history. Her book, Earthquakes, […]

Delirious LA Calendar October 6th, 2014 Get inside the Neutra VDL House with Host: Natural Histories for Los Angeles This fall, curators from three Los Angeles-based organizations come together as part of World Wide Storefront, a Storefront for Art and […]

Delirious LA Calendar July 14th, 2014   Heather Flood on Punk’d     L.A.-based designer Heather Flood brings a little visual anarchy to the gallery with Punk’d. On view at SCI-Arc Gallery through August 3.   What’s the difference between […]

Lecture 3 of the OTDI 2012: Forge, Forage, Fabricate lecture series Matthew Gillis is the principal of G I L L I S, a Los Angeles based architecture and interiors design studio. His work integrates ecological research, digital design, and […]

The Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design presents Out There Doing It 2012: Forge, Forage, Fabricate. The Fall 2012 edition of the LA Forum’s Out There Doing It lecture series features practitioners whose work defies the schism between the physical […]

Lecture 1 of the OTDI 2012: Forge, Forage, Fabricate lecture series Boberska Berenika of Feral Office is an architect and urban designer-provocateur as well as an adjunct professor at the Woodbury University School of Architecture. Born in Zielona Gora, Poland, she […]

Playground Fear dictated originally the form and spirit of the house. The behavior of our ancestors was overshadowed by constant defense reactions against real and imagined enemies. . . . [but nowadays] . . . The earth, the sky, and […]

Demographic Factors: No longer out in the country, King’s Road is today largely lined with three- and four-story apartment buildings, many of which are built virtually property-line to property-line, resulting in a rather high-density environment. Residents are fall into two […]

If we speak of civilisation, we mean that part of human enterprise which in sheer self-defence struggles to mould human surroundings to respond to its needs . . . The only point of view from which civilisatory efforts can be […]

Dave Hullfish Bailey: “Gimme Shelter” by Michael Darling For Dave Hullfish Bailey, everything springs from The Word. Not unlikely a by-product of his prior theological training, the intense scrutiny he directs at language has a tendency to bear down on […]

When Schindler built the Kings Road residence, it was still possible to conceive of Los Angeles as an Edenic Last Chance: a terminus on a distant and fertile shore where the negative social conditions of Europe and America’s East Coast […]

Dave Hullfish Bailey’s giant bamboo held down by rope shelter was the highlight of the recent 20/35 Vision show at the MAK Center at the Schindler House. The kitchen outfitted with emergency supplies was another Bailey installation. The Forum’s website […]


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