Michael Maltzan Architecture continues to help revitalize his hometown of L.A., where he’s already transformed vacant land into a thriving mixed-use development and devised celebrated housing for the homeless.
At the Rice University Moody Center for the Arts in Houston, Texas, the glass-walled first level is a visual reminder of the building’s mission: to be a space for students to easily collaborate between disciplines.
Inside the new Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba, undulating walls echo the incredible natural landscapes of many Inuit communities.
The next big thing for Maltzan is using infrastructure to create “a more integrated and connected urban life.”
One Santa Fe is an example of what he means, above.
Architect Michael Maltzan describes his One Santa Fe as an example of “anticipatory architecture” — exercises in form making that endow architecture with the power to productively shape urban policy, planning, and the city at large.
Los Angeles Homes wanted to bring you some content on the 2017 AD100, these time on Michael Maltzan Architecture.