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Crowdfunded Furniture Campaign Livestreams Workshop Crafting Your Bookshelf

Take transparency one step further and watch Argentine craftsman assemble your new furniture. Argentine architect Alejandro Sticotti is live streaming his Buenos Aires workshop as artisans craft the furniture pieces for his ongoing Kickstarter campaign. Show More Summary

Groundbreaking Graphic Design Book Will Be Reproduced, Sold on Kickstarter

Design fans will swoon over the wild typography and layout of the 'Bolted Book,' a Futurist masterpiece A new facsimile edition of Fortunato Depero’s 1927 masterpiece Depero Futurista—aka the ‘Bolted Book’—is poised to launch on Kickstarter this fall. Show More Summary

Here Are the New Renderings of Big Revamp Coming to the Soon-to-Be Former Ikea Burbank Site

Lose the Ikea building, gain all of this Courtesy of I Heart Burbank Developers of the proposed project that will remake the home of Burbank Ikea and the entire Burbank Town Center have released some updated looks for the planned project. Show More Summary

How America’s Highways Became Its Most Powerful Protest Sites

Disrupting the infrastructure of segregation Increasingly, protesters in the United States are taking to highways, bridges, and major transit points, using transportation infrastructure as a highly visible stage for civil disobedience. Show More Summary

Gilded, Technicolor Time Capsule Up For Grabs in Los Feliz

Classic 1920s Spanish on the outside, early 70s shagadelic on the inside From the street, this new listing in the hills north of Los Feliz Boulevard appears to be your typical 1920s Spanish Revival, albeit one that’s seen better days. Show More Summary

Woman Sues After Breaking Her Ankle on Skyslide

Suit alleges “dangerous and defective design” of US Bank Tower’s new attraction Well, that was quick. Less than a month after opening, the US Bank Tower’s terrifying new skyslide has already been hit with its first personal injury lawsuit. Show More Summary

Architecture for Humanity Founders Face $3M Lawsuit Alleging Mismanagement of Funds

Not good news In January of 2015, the nonprofit Architecture for Humanity abruptly dissolved after over a decade of initiating humanitarian design projects all over the world. Now a lawsuit contends that its founders and board members...Show More Summary

Pokémon Go: The New Mobile Game Taking Cities by Storm

A virtual game with astonishing real-life consequences In a matter of days, Pokémon Go, the red-hot new mobile app game based on the popular video-game-trading-card-cartoon empire has become nothing short of a real-life phenomenon. Developed...Show More Summary

Cool Drone Video Showcases Crowd-Free Tourist Hotspots From Above

See Hollywood and Highland without lots of people in the way Crowd-averse Angelenos will appreciate this new drone video, which showcases some of LA’s most touristy sites from above, offering up an often unseen views of these super-popular spaces. Show More Summary

New Exhibit Showcases the Work of Midcentury Master William F. Cody

The architect helped to create Palm Springs’s quintessentially modern style Palm Springs and the cities that surround it are home to some of the finest examples of midcentury architecture in the nation, and for three decades William F. Show More Summary

Solar-Powered Prefab Home Goes Off-Grid on Australian Island

Everything had to be shipped over on a barge When one decides to build a home on a site with no power, water, or road access, going off-grid becomes not just an eco-conscious choice but a practical necessity. This was precisely the case...Show More Summary

Supervisor Campos Sparks Arson Allegations in Mission Fires

Mission supervisor calls foul, but fire department insists it’s just fate Seriously, what’s with all the fires in the Mission lately? San Francisco Supervisor David Campos says it could be the work of arson. In an op-ed in Thursday's...Show More Summary

Curbed Comparisons: What $1,650/Month Rents You In Oakland

Pill Hill Vics, Fruitvale studios, and Fairview Park cottages vying for your rent dollars Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Show More Summary

Roommates Share Eclectic Style in an Oakland Live/Work Loft

Contrary to many an introvert's belief, not everyone yearns to live alone. Ben Lewis, Nicholas Albrecht, and Allie-Brooke Shelby, who all live together inside a formerly industrial Oakland warehouse, are three excellent examples of people who still enjoy living with roommates well into adulthood. Show More Summary

Drone Footage Shows Apple Campus 2 Nearing Homestretch

The circle is now complete The good news for Apple Campus 2 voyeurs is that a fresh batch of omnipresent drone footage was uploaded by local YouTuber Matthew Roberts. The accompanying bad news is that someday soon we’ll all have to give...Show More Summary

Drone footage reveals devastation of Bernal Heights fire

Upcoming fundraisers will also provide relief to victims Last week’s five-alarm fire that obliterated most of the 3300 block of Mission Street in Bernal Heights was a heart-stopping sight that charred half a dozen buildings and costShow More Summary

Independence Day 2 has us wondering who hates architecture more: aliens, asteroids, or ghosts?

In honor of Independence Day 2, we explore who has the worst track record of destroying architecture in movies In the 1996 film Independence Day, outer space aliens show up in their enormous ships ostensibly to strip Earth of all its...Show More Summary

Watch the Mesmerizing Pink Triangle Installation Time-Lapse Video

So cool Like Batman’s bat signal but for Gay Pride weekend, the pink triangle will go up on the Twin Peaks hillside this Saturday, announcing to the city that this weekend is all about the LGBTQ community. The onetime shaming symbolShow More Summary

Watch Frank Gehry Explain What He Learned About the LA River

He’s been studying the river as a step of his master plan for the waterway When it was announced that Frank Gehry was leading a team that was working on a master plan for the Los Angeles River, the public response was mixed. Gehry didn’t...Show More Summary

1920s Wallace Neff With Old Hollywood Ties Asks $7.98 Million

Across the street from the Jack Warner Estate, choreographer Busby Berkeley once lived here This five-bedroom home was designed by Wallace Neff in 1926 in the Spanish-revival style the architect is best known for. Situated across the street from the former estate of studio head Jack Warner, the home has some Hollywood history of its own. Show More Summary

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