April 2020 —
Founded in 2003, Log is an independent journal on architecture and the contemporary city. It presents criticism and commentary in a literary format designed to resist the seductive power of the image.
Steve Alper’s surprising response to Rafael Moneo’s lecture “Seeking the Significance of Today’s Architecture” is found in Log #46. Alper lays out the framework for thinking about the approaching, and inevitable paradigm in design and architecture, namely Form Follows Intelligence.
References to The Last House on Mulholland are found in Log #40, 41 & 46.
Sept 2018 —
The book highlights the 50 top submissions to the competition highlighting each architect’s vision of the potential that could be realized at the LHOM site. Features a foreword, full color illustrations and index with participant’s project description.
Purchase at LAMfg.us
July 2017 —
March 2017 —
Uproar around the results of the Archoutloud partnered competition spurs local television station KTLA to feature the LHOM story on their 11PM newscast.
As seen on KTLA 5 News, March 16, 2017
January 2017 —
LHOM and Archoutload partner for The Hollywood Competition
In initiating a dialog around the potential of the LHOM site, LHOM and Archoutloud launch a competition encouraging a global array of architects to conceptualize the idea of what it means to build the residence of the future. The competition jury features a blue ribbon panel of ‘who’s who’ in the architectural world.
December 2016 —
As this time-lapse video shows, the LHOM site is a beehive of activity. Due to its close proximity to the Hollywood Sign, the Last House is a popular ‘selfie’ location allowing the most strategic views to this global icon.The lot is roughly the brush cleared area.