Although the warmer temperatures are expected to linger in Los Angeles for awhile, fall is officially here. That means a new season of architecture and design events! Wondering where other design-inclined folks are gathering in L.A.? Bustler has compiled a snappy list of noteworthy happenings around town that are worth checking out.
Check back regularly at the start of the week to stay up to date. Have are the Bustler editorial team's latest recommendations for Los Angeles.
Sianne Ngai: Theory of the Gimmick | September 26, recommended by Justine Testado
Join Stanford University Professor of English Sianne Ngai in this SCI-Arc lecture tonight that will delve into the “Theory of the Gimmick. Ngai's current project explores the “uneasy mix of attraction and repulsion produced by the gimmick across a range of forms specific to western capitalism”.
Core77 Conference 2016 DESIGNING HERE/NOW | September 29-30, recommended by Alexander Walter
Here's another mustn't-miss event: DESIGNING HERE/NOW brings together designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, scientists, and other business leaders across various fields for two days of presentations, tours, panels, workshops, and evening fun in downtown Los Angeles.
Breaking Barriers: Women Designing the Built Environment | September 30, recommended by Amelia Taylor-Hochberg
As the academic season kicks back into gear, check out this exhibition to get inspired. With a focus on southern Californian architects, this event should also provide some good leads for local networking opportunities.
MAK Architecture Tour 2016 | October 2, recommended by Paul Petrunia
The MAK Center will be hosting a midcentury modern home tour on October 2nd. This fundraising event will feature houses by R.M. Schindler, Raphael Soriano, John Lautner, Gregory Ain, Harwell Hamilton Harris and James DeLong.
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