Lyra Kilston | KCET
Lyra Kilston is a writer, editor, and 4th-generation Angeleno. "Sun Seekers: The Cure of California" (Atelier Editions, 2019) is her first book. She was on the curatorial team of "Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990," exhibited at the J. Paul Getty Museum and the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, TIME, Wired, Next City, ICON, and Artforum, among other publications.
Post date: 2019-03-19T08:29:01-07:00
No good photo can be found of Dr. Philip Lovell, but his Lovell Health house signaled the start of Richard Neutra's storied career and the intricate relationship of California's love affair with health seekers. Who is the man that put his faith in Neutra?
Post date: 2017-01-20T09:37:24-08:00
What does the incoming leadership of Donald Trump and Ben Carson mean for L.A. housing?
Post date: 2017-01-11T11:33:00-08:00
From subway stations to libraries, hospitals, college campuses and places of worship, a recently published map recognizes African-American architectural achievements.
Post date: 2016-10-20T15:11:00-07:00
It was established to fill the gaps left by budget cuts to music education. Now the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, co-founded by Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, has a shiny new building that's eight times larger than it's former storefront home.
Post date: 2015-03-16T08:40:00-07:00
What would it mean for L.A. to become known for a successful and sustainable network of beautiful housing projects for its most vulnerable citizens?
Post date: 2014-10-07T18:00:00-07:00
At Cal Poly Pomona, students designed prototypes for affordable cabins to increase the popularity of camping in state parks, which have seen a decline in visitors and funding.