The Architecture + Design Museum hosted two panels to close out its “Shelter” exhibition, focusing on local architects visions for future residential architectures in a changing Los Angeles.
The first panel, moderated by Mimi Zeiger, focused on the LA River’s impact, and featured exhibiting architects Jimenez Lai (Bureau Spectacular), Elizabeth Timme (LA Más), and Lorcan O’Herlihy (of Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects). The second panel, moderated by Amelia Taylor-Hochberg, focused on the influence of the Metro expansion in front of LACMA, and featured exhibiting architects Jennifer Marmon (PAR), Bob Dornberger (WHY), and senior architect at LACMA, Priscilla Fraser.
Both panels were recorded live for this special Bonus content on November 6, 2015. In between the panels, you’ll hear a special performance by local poet-urbanist, Mike the Poet.
Special thanks to Danielle Rago and Sam Lubell for curating the exhibition and putting the panels together, as well as B&O in Pasadena for their help recording the event.
Source by Archinect