'An Imaginative Offer' presents the unique voices of UCLA artists, architects, scholars and Los Angeles arts community leaders.
The diverse array of performances, exhibitions and lectures by esteemed professionals, UCLA students and faculty will showcase the depth of UCLA Arts activities and creative programming.
UCLA alumna Billie Tsien and her husband, Tod Williams, will lead the design and engineering work needed to build the first presidential library that will be located in a predominantly African-American urban setting.
Lynn’s firm is among 12 of the best contemporary architecture and design teams chosen from across the country to take on the challenge.
The team designed 'Undulating Gills' in Koerner's SUPRASTUDIO technology seminar.
UCLA campus planners are using a digital tool developed by the now-defunct Urban Simulation Team to do bird’s-eye and ground-level simulations to help architects fit buildings into available spaces.
Ickx and his Mexico City-based architecture firm, Productora, received the award for 'Pavilion on the Zocalo' in Mexico City.
Faculty members Neil Denari, Georgina Huljich, Greg Lynn and Thom Mayne are included in 'Close-up,' which examines the impact of digital technologies on architectural detail and the traditions of tectonic expression.
A team of UCLA Extension students use elements that reflect a harmonious blending of L.A.'s built and natural environments.
More than 125 public events will showcase the depth and diversity of UCLA Arts activities and creative programming.
Cuff took part in a Zócalo Public Square 'In the Green Room' interview before joining a panel discussion on gentrification in Los Angeles.
To celebrate the department's 50-year role in shaping the world, UCLA Arts will host a gala on Saturday, March 19.
Cuff, UCLA professor of architecture and urban planning, was honored for her efforts to develop new architectural models for affordable sustainable housing.
Steven Nelson recently joined a long line of respected Africanists who have led the center at the UCLA International Institute.
For the last 18 years, UCLA’s Lisa Snyder has been bringing to life the bygone glory of a true architectural, social and cultural wonder — the Chicago World’s Fair.
Mayne directs the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture's Suprastudio and founded award-winning architectural firm Morphosis.
The architect worked with UCLA engineers in designing a dwelling for astronauts.
UCLA Byzantine art history and archaeology professor Sharon Gerstel has devoted much of the last year to studying how architectural changes in Byzantine churches enhanced the performance of religious music.
Lynn is an innovator in using digital technology to redefine architectural design and fabrication.
Lectures, exhibitions and performances will showcase the depth and diversity of UCLA Arts activities and creative programming.
UCLA architecture and urban design professor Sylvia Lavin curated the exhibition at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the historic Schindler House in West Hollywood.
UCLA faculty, staff and students, with guidance from a Santa Monica architect, are building a prototype dwelling that they designed to shelter people as well as edible plants, bees, birds, lizards and even bats.
UCLA architecture professor Georgina Huljich and her team at P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S have won two design awards for Jujuy Redux, a mid-rise apartment building in Rosario, Argentina.
Intrigued by the question of whether Augustus Caesar transformed Rome from a city of bricks into a city of marble, as legend has it, UCLA professor Diane Favro decided to use advanced modeling software to reconstruct Rome at the time of his reign.
UCLA’s Hitoshi Abe is among those whose work is featured in an exhibit detailing nontraditional ways architects have helped rebuild the coast of Eastern Japan following the devastating tsunami of 2011.