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FORM celebrates the July/August International issue featuring innovative design around the world and our exclusive interview with Santiago Calatrava on his work with the New York City Ballet.
A site-specific installation by Ball-Nogues Studio, in collaboration with UCLA students, will serve as a temporary environment for music, dance and other performances on the UCLA campus. The project explores a "cross-manufacturing" strategy: After the structure has served as a set piece, the parts making up the installation will become smaller-scaled commodities, available as consumer products.
The installation is open now and will last until June 12, 2010. Check out more about it at Ball-Nogues Studio's website.
In conjunction with the Culver City Art Walk, IIDA is hosting this event to bring to light how talented the design community is. The event will take place at the Tandus Showroom, 5968 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232. Live Entertainment provided by Paperbag Rider from 1:30 - 2:30pm and Flashpoint from 4 - 6pm. Reception starts at 4pm.
This Thursday, June 3, from 6:30-9PM, FORM magazine invites you to celebrate the May/June Design for the Planet issue and our new partnership with USGBC-LA. A lively panel moderated by FORM publisher Ann Gray, FAIA LEED AP will explore the collaboration of architect, contractor, and owner in creating what is widely regarded as one of the most successful sustainable new projects in Los Angeles—LA Trade-Tech’s Student Services and Classroom buildings.
LA Trade-Tech South Campus
S. Grand Ave & W 22nd St.(approximate)
Los Angeles, 90007
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