UCLA’s beloved Powell Library has not always looked the way it does today. After the Northridge Earthquake of 1994, the building underwent a renovation and restoration process by Moore Ruble Yudell Architects — with consultation by historic preservationist David Kaplan.
The newly constructed Mo Ostin Basketball Center prizes efficiency, fitting two full-size basketball courts in a small corner of campus. Kevin Daly of Kevin Daly Architects discusses how his firm prioritized sustainability in the construction of the center and how the design of the building pays homage to the UCLA basketball tradition.
In the fourth episode of Hidden Wonders, Will Longyear of Moore Ruble Yudell Architects takes us inside the new Engineering VI complex. Longyear discusses how the building’s design is oriented to promote collaboration, whether in a formal lab environment or a more casual outdoor setting.
The Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden exemplifies the subtle artistry of landscape architecture, a program offered through UCLA Extension. Host Savannah Tate talks to Cindy Burlingham of the Hammer Museum about the garden’s history.
The Evelyn and Mo Ostin Music Center opened about two years ago as an expansion of The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. The space includes a high-tech recording studio, cafe and ensemble room where students can practice and perform their pieces.
Architectural design is all around us. Whether it’s the sweeping acoustics of Royce Hall or the open aesthetic of The Study at Hedrick, each space has been meticulously crafted by architects and designers alike.
Student football manager Gus Hendrick finds 8 a.m. classes a breeze. In fact, he has usually been awake and running for four hours. Hendrick describes a day in his life as head student manager, from the long hours of loading and unloading equipment to the balancing act involved when it comes to away games and midterms.
In contrast to previous movie adaptations of musicals that favored big names over actual singing ability – see Russell Crowe’s performance as Javert in 2012’s “Les Misérables” – Disney’s “Into the Woods” provides a worthy adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s musical and a strong ensemble cast that can carry the weight of Sondheim’s winning score.
The new year means new beginnings, new experiences and of course, new releases of music. In anticipation for the exciting never-before-heard music that lies ahead in 2015, Daily Bruin A&E; reporters look back at some of the memorable albums that have left a mark on music in 2014.
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