Architect Lorcan O'Herlihy: Venice is Elastic | KCET
Architect Lorcan O'Herlihy: Venice is Elastic
Architect Lorcan O'Herlihy is intensely preoccupied with the idea that proper planning and density management can solve environmental issues in Venice and beyond. It is no surprise that his house off Pacific Avenue is situated in one of the most congested streets in the district. Most likely chosen based on the principle that to solve issues of urban sprawl, architects must embrace constraints in creative ways, he says, often changing years of tradition in the process.
O'Herlihy On His Home
"There's an order to it, so in a way it's strict and loose at the same time, which I think is good architecture."
Venice is Elastic
"I don't fear density. I think that it can be embraced if it's done right."
The effort to move community classes online has been a large feat. With 115 colleges, the state's community college network is the largest higher education system in the country.
Los Angeles County health officials reported 10 more deaths due to coronavirus today, bringing the county's total to 54, while also confirming the first known death of a health-care worker in the county from the virus.
Tenants seeking eviction protection would have to produce documentation such as medical bills or termination notices. This has advocates and some city officials pushing to extend eviction protections to all, saying renters should be able to stay home.
Entangle yourself in mystery every Monday night with new episodes of "Father Brown" and "Death in Paradise," beginning April 6 on KCET.
- 1 of 254
- next ›