10 Questions With... FreelandBuck

FreelandBuck, the Los Angeles architecture firm founded by Brennan Buck and David Freeland, AIA, creates environments that seem to defy reality. Lately, the firm has kept busy with a bevy of notable commissions that landed them on our list of must-watch emerging firms—and as a finalist for the 2018 Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program. Take Parallax Gap at the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, where they translated nine drawings of historical ceilings into a canopy of aluminum frames and polypropylene panels. Or film production company Hungry Man’s Los Angeles headquarters, where scattered cubes and cartoonish furniture both ...

Shamir Shah Adorns Ten Thousand Los Angeles With Rich Materials and Plenty of Art

You shouldn’t be surprised if you’re slightly overwhelmed at first impression. In the lobby of a new Los Angeles apartment ...