Ever Expanding, LA’s Arts District Gets ICA LA

One current exhibit features drawings and collages by Martin Ramirez. Photography by Brian Forrest. It’s all new: name, location, and brand. That’s what Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY provided for ICA LA. Formerly the Santa Monica Museum of Art at Bergamont Station, the current designation (short for the Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles) was prompted by relocation to DTLA’s arts district. New, too, is Yantrasast’s concept for the 12,700-square-foot former clothing warehouse dating to the 1970’s.”I didn’t want it look like a commercial gallery,” he begins. “When you walk in you should see people. It should feel like a community ...

White & Case's NYC Headquarters by HOK and HYL Architecture Is Calm, Cool, and Collected

If New York lawyers have immortal souls, underneath it all, then law offices should have some soul as well. That’s ...