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Rem Koolhaas

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  • 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......
  • Monster Mash: Rem Koolhaas receiving Golden Lion; Austrian museum settles Nazi looting case

     
    -- Major honor: Rem Koolhaas will receive the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement from the Venice Architecture Biennale. (ArtInfo) -- Restitution: The Leopold Museum in Austria has agreed to pay an Austrian Jewish woman's estate $19 million for a...
  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. L....
  • Tuesday at the Hammer: 'Koolhaas Houselife'

     
    Too often we -- and by "we," I mean architects, critics, reporters, editors and photographers -- are so enchanted by chasing the next new thing in architecture that we forget to check back in on notable buildings to see how......
  • Bicentennial tower monument delayed in Mexico

     
    But on Friday, Education Secretary Alonso Lujambio said the "Estela de Luz" won't be ready in time for September 16, Independence Day, when this year Paseo de la Reforma will be transformed into a parade route with stages and massive screens extending all...
  • FNO update: Beverly Hills sweetens the deal with gourmet food trucks

     
    The streets of Beverly Hills may not be paved in precious metals, but for at least one night they will be lined with a mother lode of gustatory gold, when the Los Angeles area's famed food trucks park along Rodeo......
  • The booming, broken `New York of Nigeria'

    Away from the noise and hustle and stink, the shriek of energy, the never-ending buzz that is Lagos, a man reclines on a gravestone, serenely reading a book. His name is Immortal, and he sells life insurance. He says he is waiting for an angel. "I...
  • Hipster Moderne

    Hipster Moderne
    IF you want to see a car designed for designers, you need only turn your oversized Philip Johnson-style spectacles toward the Audi TT. From the moment the first concept car appeared at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1995, it was clear the TT meant to...
  • Beijing simmering over 'the Egg'

    It's the building Beijing residents love to hate. The dome of the new National Center for the Performing Arts glows luminescent as it emerges from a reflecting pool like a pearl or a rising sun. At least that's the impression the French architects of...
  • Eight sides to this story

    Eight sides to this story
    When Benedikt Taschen, a globe-trotting publisher of stylish art books, and his then-wife first laid eyes on Chemosphere House in 1997, the iconic Los Angeles structure had seen better days. The sleek, octagonal house, perhaps the boldest work by the...
  • L.A.'s high-style high-rise

    L.A.'s high-style high-rise
    For a select group of Angelenos, the route to grandma's didn't go over the river and through the woods, but along Sunset to a 32-story Modernist block of stucco and glass built in 1964, a singular apartment house set back from and above the storied...
  • Lab for discontent?

    Rushing into a crowded, high-ceilinged room in UCLA's Perloff Hall, Sylvia Lavin, a freckled 42-year-old with a pageboy haircut, baggy black pants and a long cardigan trailing behind her, could be just another student a few minutes late to class. She...