Antonio Pacheco

West Editor, The Architect's Newspaper

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AIA California Council names Lifetime Achievement and Distinguished Practice awards

The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIA/CC) has announced this year’s picks for the prestigious Distinguished Practice and Lifetime Achievement awards. The organization named Santa Monica-based Michael W. Folonis, FAIA for the former award and Betsey Dougherty, FAIA and Brian Dougherty, FAIA of…
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190,000 evacuated as California’s largest dam nears failure

The Oroville Dam, which supports California’s second largest reservoir and is the tallest dam in the country, is showing increasing likelihood of failure after an exceedingly wet winter rain season. This year's rainy season has brought record rains to the state after years of
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wHY to design new Beverly Hills outpost for Christie’s auction house

Los Angeles- and New York City-based wHY has been tapped to design a new 5,400-square-foot flagship location for British auction house Christie’s. Renderings released by Christie’s indicate that the architects will adaptively reuse a single-story commercial structure in Beverly Hills for the project. The building—repurposed and added on…
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SXSW announces inaugural art program installations

Austin, Texas–based South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festivals has announced five art installations to be exhibited in its inaugural SXSW Art Program in 2017. This year’s festivities will take place March 10 through March 19 in Austin.…
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MADWORKSHOP announces 2017 fellows

The Martin Architecture and Design Workshop (MADWORKSHOP), a Santa Monica, California–based foundation focused on incubating student design projects into built work, has announced its 2017 design fellows. The five students—Heeje Yang, Jayson Champlain, Jeremy Carman, Belinda Pak, and…