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L.A. Developers Take Part in Giving to Public Art, Los Angeles Business Journal, May 30, 2016

By Howard Fine, Staff Report, Los Angeles Business Journal Developers in Los Angeles get hit with city charges for just about everything, and as the fees have multiplied, so have developers’ frustrations. But there’s one levy that some developers have embraced: a 1 percent fee on commercial projects exceeding $500,000 in value that is applied to fund public art projects. Kilroy Realty…

New Look for Hollywood’s Academy Development

  A draft environmental impact report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has unveiled a new look for the Academy, a proposed mixed-use complex in Hollywood. The project from Los Angeles-based Kilroy Realty would redevelop a 3.5-acre site bounded by Vine Street, De Longpre, Ivar and Homewood Avenues.  Plans call for a mixture of high-rise and low-rise structures, containing nearly 500,000…

Hollywood is transformed into the workplace of the future

January 9, 2016 The Los Angeles Times By Jessica Ritz How can an almost 80-year-old broadcasting building steeped in Hollywood history relate to how we work and live now? The design of NeueHouse, a hybrid coworking facility and social club aimed at enterprising creative professionals, reveals many connections between past and present within the former West Coast headquarters of CBS. “We’re all…

Giant Mural Wall Ties Together 333 Dexter Avenue Complex

Tuesday, January 5, 2016 CURBED SEATTLE by Sean Keeley Kilroy Realty has big plans for 333 Dexter Ave. N. in South Lake Union and renderings from The Miller Hull Partnership reveal a rather funky design for their two-tower complex. Plans call for two 12-story towers above 15,000 sf. of ground-floor retail and underground parking for 700 vehicles and storage for 286 bicycles….

Refik Anadol’s new “data sculpture” unveiled in San Francisco

December 7, 2015 Archinect Nicholas Korody The first permanent publicly-viewable artwork by Refik Anadol, a media artist known for his immersive, site-specific light installations, was recently unveiled in San Francisco. Virtual Depictions: San Francisco, a series of “data sculptures” based on a publicly-available dataset, occupies a 40 ft. screen in the lobby of 350 Mission and involved collaborations with the building’s architects, Skidmore, Owings and Merill, and developer, Kilroy Realty….

Dustin Yellin adds his mark in L.A. with art that’s a ‘missile for social change’

October 14 2015 Los Angeles Times By Deborah Vankin Dustin Yellin is an artist who comes in many guises. In Vanity Fair last month, Yellin, posing naked but for mismatched socks and eyeglasses at his Brooklyn studio, was presented as the art world’s “it boy.” Other images in the media collage that is his public history: Yellin break-dancing in Jay Z’s 2013…