Artist Larry Bell’s red, glass cubes at MOCA Los Angeles are a masterful use of color, materials and space. The artwork is titled “Bill and Coo at MOCA’s Nest.” It’s a site-specific artwork that’s a mesmerizing and magical work of contemporary minimalism at its finest. Bell’s artwork comprises a seriesContinue Reading

Gas stations tend to be pretty bland and merely functional when it comes to architectural design. Many are drab, dirty and downright ugly. Those that are clean and pleasant spaces to visit usually stick to a tried-and-true architectural formula of bright, conservative and no-nonsense, on-brand spaces for pumping gas andContinue Reading

An architecture firm in Montevideo, Uruguay is building the worlds first memorial to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The firm is GomezPlatero. Their vision is for a memorial located on the waterfront of a major urban area that serves as both a monument and a large pubic space. Rendering of theContinue Reading

One of Los Angeles’s great landmarks is the Griffith Observatory, an architectural gem that mixes art-deco and Mayan aesthetics. It’s perched on a ridge in the Hollywood Hills above the Los Feliz neighborhood and provides a stunning, panoramic view of the L.A. basin. It’s naturally a major tourist draw, withContinue Reading