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What Can We Learn From the Adaptive Species of the LA River?

Over the weekend I finally biked the LA River Bike Path, more specifically, the Elysian Valley Bicycle & Pedestrian Path through the area known as the Glendale Narrows. 520 more words

Landscape Architecture

"The Tie that Binds," Art that Makes a Difference

by Deb Shaw

Artist Mel Chin has a new Land Art project in Los Angeles, entitled The Tie that Binds. Created for Los Angeles’ … 720 more words

Exhibitions

AHBE Lab / Friday Five for July 29, 2016


The L.A. River Is Now A Temporary Art Museum: “We used the L.A. River as a canvas, and light as a material, and we project several visual stories,” says artist Refik Anadol, who collaborated with Peggy Weil on the project. 287 more words

Landscape Architecture

Massive Sewage Spill That Prompted Beach Closures From Long Beach To Seal Beach Contained

LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — The massive sewage spill the prompted beach closures from Long Beach to Seal Beach has been contained, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works announced Tuesday. 123 more words

News

AHBE Lab / Looking Ahead for the Week of July 11, 2016

TURF: A Mini-Golf Project: “TURF: A Mini-Golf Project explores Los Angeles through the playful tropes of artificial terrains and fantastical architecture in a nine-hole miniature golf course. 420 more words

Landscape Architecture

The Bowtie Parcel Offers Inspiring Community Space in Los Angeles

GUEST BLOG BY PARK CHAMPIONS CORE LEADER MICHELLE WHITE

In central Los Angeles, adjacent to Rio de Los Angeles State Park, lies a bowtie-shaped piece of land that feels simultaneously scruffy and tranquil. 566 more words

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