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LA Forum Reader: From the Archives of the Los
LA Forum Reader: From the Archives of the Los

LA Forum Reader: From the Archives of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design

Product ID : 35213705

Galleon Product ID 35213705
UPC / ISBN 1945150998
Shipping Weight 1.07 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 8.94 x 6.02 x 0.75 inches
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Author The Los Angeles Forum For Architecture And Urban Design
Number Of Pages 256
Publication Date 2018-04-01
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About LA Forum Reader: From The Archives Of The Los

The LA Forum Reader brings together three decades of discursive writings and publications on architecture, urbanism, and Los Angeles culled from the archives of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design. Published under thematic sections: Experiments, Detours, Hunches, and Santa Anas, with interludes dedicated to Art and Architecture, Downtown, and the long-running LA Forum Newsletter, the collected essays and interviews track an uneven and lesser-known history of experimental architecture, postmodern geographies, and alternative urbanism in L.A. as told by the city’s key designers and thinkers. Today, Los Angeles is a major architectural and urban player, but for decades the city was dismissed suburban and centerless. In republishing three decades of material on architecture and design in Los Angeles, the LA Forum Reader reclaims and reconsiders the city’s architectural and discursive histories. It establishes, or reestablishes, a textual context for critical experimentation and urban investigation. This anthological volume includes essays, interviews, and reproductions of publications that have long been out of print, including pamphlets by Craig Hodgetts and Margaret Crawford, as well as early writings by Aaron Betsky and John Chase.