California Design NOW: Temporary Insanity: The New Built Environment
The Decorative Arts and Design Council presents a wide-ranging discussion on the influence of modern California design on contemporary architecture. Panelists will consider the emergence of temporary architectural installations, the blurring of distinctions between art and architecture, and future directions for the field. Organized in conjunction with the exhibition California Design 1930-1965: "Living in a Modern Way."
The panel features three prominent architects that are shaping the field today:
Benjamin Ball, Ball-Nogues Studio
Jenna Didier, Materials & Applications
Jenny Wu, Oyler Wu Collaborative
Frances Anderton, moderator and host of DnA: Design and Architecture on 89.9 KCRW and Los Angeles editor of Dwell
Brown Auditorium | $20 general admission; $15 LACMA members; free for DADC members and students with ID | Tickets: 323 857-6528 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Made possible by the Elsie de Wolfe Foundation.
Ball-Nogues Design Studio, Table Cloth, Schoenberg Hall, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Photograph by Scott Mayoral