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Wildlife: Exotic Animal Refuge in the Valley Could Reopen to the Public

Wildlife Waystation is a 160-acre exotic animal refuge tucked into the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and it could be about to reopen to the public 14 years after closing. The Los Angeles Daily News reports they've raised...

Revivals: The First New Eichler Home in 40 Years is Almost Finished

An early in-progress shot of the first-ever "Desert Eichler," in South Canyon, Palm Beach. Photo courtesy KUD Properties Create a map of all the Eichler homes on the market and it'll be obsolete within a month or two. In the...

Real estate app on display: A day in the life of the Updater team

Updater — a company that helps consumers manage all the madness involved in moving — let us step inside the office to take a look at what happens every day in a real-estate-related technology company...

The Quotable Bjarke Ingels: In a new interview, Danish starchitect...

In a new interview, Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingels unleashes some advice for young architects: "We're not here to build for other architects. We're here to build for all of the human kind in a way, and we're here to accommodate...

Video Interlude: How Did Blade Runner Stick as the Vision of LA's Future?

Writer/podcast-maker Colin Marshall is several episodes into a new video essay series called Los Angeles, the City in Cinema, focusing on "the variety of Los Angeleses revealed in the films set there, both those new and old, mainstream and...

Video Interlude: Watch an Abandoned House Discover Life Outside of Suburbia

Screenshot via Vimeo In this heartwarming, gorgeously-animated short film called "Home Sweet Home," a suburban house trapped in a terribly blighted neighborhood decides to shed its "for sale" sign once and for all and set off on a gutsy journey...

Video Interlude: Ikea's 'Bedroom Cinema' Replaces All Movie Seats with Beds

Screenshot via Vimeo via Gizmodo It's no secret that the tireless marketing warriors at Ikea's love to insert the brand's furniture in all the randomest places around the world—alleyways in Tokyo, gondolas in London, a metro station in Paris, have...

Shortlists: Here are the Six Finalists for the Guggenheim Helsinki Design

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation has culled a shortlist of six finalists from its record-breaking deluge of 1,715 proposals for the still speculative and controversial Guggenheim Helsinki museum. Curbed is disappointed to report that no entries from the class...

Video Interlude: Tiny Airbnb World is the Twee-est Thing You'll See All Day

For Airbnb's latest ad, New Zealand-based animation shop Cirkus recreated some of the rental platform's most noteworthy listings in dollhouse size. It took six weeks of building before they were reading to run a little train-mounted camera through the...

Droning Around: Drone Footage Captures a City Abandoned After Chernobyl

Screenshot via Vimeo Far more haunting than fly-throughs of the new Apple campus or L.A.'snotoriously lewd House of Sin, new drone footage from freelance photographer Danny Cooke captures the ruins of Pripyat, Ukraine, a city that was completed evacuated after...

Video Interlude: Watch a Stunt Driver Do Donuts Around Everything in LA

What do LA's cars dream of when they're in the garage at night? Probably speeding through Los Angeles, doing tricks and never having to worry about cops. In the latest from gifted driver Ken Block, Gymkhana 7, viewers are...

Video Interlude: Robert A.M. Stern: 'Buildings Should Not Look Like Lady Gaga'

Photo via Getty Architect Robert A.M. Stern effectively summarized his approach to contemporary buildings with the following quote he provided to the Louisiana Channel: "Buildings should not look like Lady Gaga." Which is to say they should not have the...

Video Interlude: The Life and Death of the Last Steel Truss Bridge on the LA River

Toward the end of its life, the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge pitted preservationists who wanted to see it turned into park space against officials who considered it unsafe and wanted it torn down; in the end, the bridge and its supporters...

Taylor Swift Wire: 11 Fast Facts About the Mansion in the New Taylor Swift Video

In a sumptuous, blue-eyed cataclysm of cultural references, all-American sparkly-dress-wearer Taylor Swift unleashed her music video for Blank Space, a lavish free-for-all in which Swift does what she's always done best: turn crappy relationships into internet phenomenons that siphon...

Video Interlude: Watch a Video Game System Help to Completely Transform the Inside of Disney Hall

The LA Philharmonic series in/SIGHT features concerts accompanied by video, including this architectural video installation by media artist Refik Anadol, which filled the interior of the Disney Hall performance space when it opened this year's program last week. In...

Video Interlude: Relive the Last Night at WeHo's Beloved Palm Restaurant

Opened in 1975, West Hollywood's Palm Restaurant quickly became what Chasen's and the Brown Derby had been to previous generations: "a place to see and be seen." A premier power-lunch spot for entertainment industry folks, the family-owned eatery famously...

Kooky Furniture: Amazing 'Sofa' Gives a Whole New Meaning to 'Nesting'

Photo via Giant Birdsnest Baby birds: nature's freeloaders. Picture them, all featherless and fancy free. Right at this moment, thousands of baby birds out there have their little beaks open, begging for a regurgitated meal, just so they can get...

Social Calls: Dear San Francisco, Curbed Wants Your Best Hyperlapse Videos

A video posted by Ryan Stromfors (@theryanpatrick) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:30am PDT Hyperlapse, the technology that distilled a $15,000 piece of video equipment into a free iPhone app, is undoubtedly changing the way we look at cities, or...

Social Calls: Dear Los Angeles, Curbed Wants Your Best Hyperlapse Videos

A video posted by Ryan Stromfors (@theryanpatrick) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:30am PDT Hyperlapse, the technology that distilled a $15,000 piece of video equipment into a free iPhone app, is undoubtedly changing the way we look at cities, or...

Social Calls: Dear America, Curbed Wants Your Best Hyperlapse Videos

A video posted by Ryan Stromfors (@theryanpatrick) on Oct 10, 2014 at 9:30am PDT Hyperlapse, the technology that distilled a $15,000 piece of video equipment into a free iPhone app, is undoubtedly changing the way we look at cities, or...

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