Our ongoing series, Long Beach Lost, was launched to examine buildings, places, events, spaces, and things that have either passed or been demolished, are set to be demolished, ...On March 16, 2018 / By Brian Addison
Our ongoing series, Long Beach Lost, was launched to examine buildings, places, and things that have either been demolished, are set to be demolished, or are in motion ...On February 7, 2018 / By Katie Rispoli
Photos by Brian Addison. Above: St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in DTLB.
Churches, despite their historical nature of censoring, have been one of the largest employers of artists and architects—not ...On August 9, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photos by Katie Rispoli. For more pictures, scroll through gallery above.
“Googie” is the word for this style of architecture, but somehow it isn’t quite the word for it. ...On August 20, 2015 / By Katie Rispoli
The Long Beach/South Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting something is pretty damn cool: its Annual Summer Solstice Architectural Bike Ride, taking place tomorrow ...On June 19, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
In a partnership with Studio One Eleven, nonprofit Children Today has unveiled their new Eco House, an eco-friendly daycare facility that will help further the organization’s mission to ...On September 2, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Photos courtesy of Emerson College.
The now complete $85M Emerson College of Los Angeles (ELA) is set to easily become one of the county’s most iconic structures: located in ...On March 3, 2014 / By Brian Addison