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Richard Meier

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  • Monster Mash: Sean Hayes to host Tony Awards; Paula Abdul's new dance show; more art heists

     
    -- Former "Will & Grace" star Sean Hayes, who is currently appearing in "Promises, Promises" on Broadway, has been tapped as host of the 64th annual Tony Awards on June 13. (Tony Awards) -- Medical complex: Richard Meier's architecture firm......
  • Frank Gehry's Bilbao museum tops Vanity Fair architecture list

     
    Vanity Fair recently asked 52 prominent architects and critics to name the most important pieces of architecture built since 1980. The winner of the informal survey -- which is to be published in the magazine's August issue -- is a......
  • Architects imagine Los Angeles in 2030

     
    It's not exactly "Blade Runner," but a new online feature from Newsweek provides a peek into what Los Angeles could look like in the not-so-distant future. Newsweek recently asked a group of prominent architects to create a vision of L.A.......
  • Updated: A green answer to Vanity Fair's architecture poll has its own blind spot

     
    When Vanity Fair magazine recently released the results of a survey ranking the most significant pieces of architecture of the last 30 years -- with Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, topping the list -- the poll was met......
  • The Getty's answer man

    BRISTOL, R.I. -- A generation ago, when Jim Wood of Chicago was a 44-year-old rising star among American museum leaders, he got an invitation to come west and brainstorm. Soon, he found himself standing atop a raw Brentwood hill, trying to imagine the...
  • Architecture put this town on the map

    Deep in the belly of Indiana off Interstate Highway 65 pops out a marvel of a town molded by eminent architects. It was hard-core industry, specifically diesel engine manufacturing, that helped put this town on the map. That, along with invention and...
  • More Millenniums

    As Chicago prepares to open Millennium Park — four years late and $325 million over budget — a Tribune review of major millennium projects around the world reveals a common theme: Big plans typically are beset with big problems. According to the...
  • A brilliant steakhouse indeed

    A brilliant steakhouse indeed
    Never underestimate Wolfgang Puck. He's such a familiar face, beaming from the covers of his cookbooks or exhorting viewers of the Food Network to "live, love, eat " that we tend to forget he's not just chef to the Oscars and a celebrity in his own right,...
  • Cathedral Embodies Spiritual Journey

    Cathedral Embodies Spiritual Journey
    Austere and slightly atavistic in its mysticism, the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is a landmark of remarkable architectural intelligence. Designed by the Spanish firm Jose Rafael Moneo Architects, with Los Angeles-based Leo A Daly Architects,...
  • 10 can't-miss classics

    10 can't-miss classics
    They are as familiar to us as our childhood homes, yet they still feel fresh and current. These 10 classic designs — constantly reimagined — have proved their enduring appeal over decades and even centuries. They transcend trendiness: They'...
  • The dream job for a voyeur

    The dream job for a voyeur
    FOR as long as he can remember, the photographer Tim Street-Porter has been a voyeur. Curiosity, not perversity, drives him to peer behind strangers' doors. Fortunately for the many people who have seen the architectural wonders of Los Angeles through his...
  • Getty's constant gardener

    Getty's constant gardener
    IT was 1973, and eccentric billionaire Jean Paul Getty was planning an ambitious folly for his property in the Palisades: a precise replica of Villa dei Papiri, a grand home destroyed in Herculaneum in AD 79, that would house his collection of Greek and...