Planning ahead for another busy week in Los Angeles? Bustler put together a snappy list of architecture and design events happening around town. This week's picks include a lecture by Andrés Jaque of the Office for Political Innovation, a discussion about Peter Cook's “Architecture is Weird” lecture at SCI-Arc, and the final week of the “A Line of Inquiry: Elena Manferdini” exhibition. Planning to brave the crowds at Coachella? Be sure to check out Edoardo Tresoldi's anticipated “Etherea” installation. Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
If you're making the trip to Indio for Coachella, don't miss artist Edoardo Tresoldi's giant wire mesh cathedral, “Etherea”, his largest artwork to date. Inspired by Neoclassical and Baroque architecture, the installation features three transparent structures towering at 36, 54, and 72 feet.
Andrés Jaque, founder of the Office for Political Innovation in Madrid and New York, will deliver a lecture as part of the UCLA A.UD's “This, Not That” series.
A synoptic presentation drawn by Peter Cook’s from his recent Bartlett Lecture Series 'Architecture is Weird’ is reconfigured to be thrown into the SCI-Arc ring for discussion.
It's the final week to check out “A Line of Inquiry: Elena Manferdini”, which features a collection of drawings by Atelier Manferdini that explore the potential of intricate scripted line work at the scale of building facades.
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