Repurposing displaced dirt to make way for a public transit alternative is a good way to recycle a resource back into the infrastructure of a city- exactly how to go about it, is a discussion worth having. David Grossman from Popular Mechanics talks with David Hertz here about how Elon Musk's dirt bricks could be best utilized.
Pick up a copy of this months Ventana to read a thoughtful article by Mark Storer that really gets into the vision behind the Wing House, and contextualizes its place amidst the Santa Monica mountains.
Originally designed by Charles Ward, and more recently remodeled by David Hertz, 554 Westminster Ave is now back on the market. A unique collaboration involving two of Los Angeles' most innovative architects.
David Hertz and S.E.A. Studio of Environmental Architecture are pleased to be participating in the 2017-2018 AIA Committee on the Environment and Architecture 2030 design and ideas competition, to provide an award winning student an internship in our firm.
For more information on the contest, as well as a complete list of participating firms:
Venice's favorite pasta spot continues to find itself fairly high up on restaurant lists throughout Los Angeles, but just yesterday Esquire Magazine gave it the Number 1 spot in their article, The Best New Restaurants in America.