ONE SANTA FE,
STAR APARTMENTS &
HAUNTED SCREENS EXHIBITION
IN THE NEWS
Along with news coverage of the ongoing construction of the John V. Tunney Bridge at the Hammer Museum, MMA’s One Santa Fe, Star Apartments, and the Haunted Screens projects have all been featured in a wide range of online and print publications this month.
One Santa Fe in Los Angeles’ Arts District is in the final stages of construction and will be completed in early 2015. The quarter mile long, 438-unit building was highlighted in Angeleno’s Arts and Power issue. The building was also featured in Surface magazine’s in-depth interview of Los Angeles Times’ architectural critic Christopher Hawthorne following his review of the project earlier this year.
MMA’s permanent supportive housing projects for the Skid Row Housing Trust, including the recently completed 102-unit Star Apartments, were profiled in Fast Company’s article “Michael Maltzan’s Quest To Remake Housing For The Homeless.” Marketplace’s David Weinberg also revisited the building a year after his 2014 feature for an update on the building’s unique combination of health and housing in downtown LA’s Skid Row neighborhood.
Reviews of Michael Maltzan and Amy Murphy’s design for the Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) were featured in both The Architect’s Newspaper and the Architectural Review. The exhibition, which has also been reviewed in the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, and LA Weekly, will be on view until April 26, 2015.