La Fabrica composed of Oscar Corletto, Karni Hadidian, Luis Ixta, and Kristine Edinchikyan with their design, Sonar, has been selected as one of the three finalists for the Grand Park Shade competition. Oscar Corletto is the woodshop and metalshop shopmaster and an adjunct faculty member at Woodbury School of Architecture.
Thanks to the Goldhirsh Foundation’s My LA2050 Grants Challenge to make Los Angeles the best place to play, Grand Park is piloting the installation of a permanent shade structure featuring the design of a local artist at The Park for Everyone in Downtown Los Angeles.
Over 50 submissions were received from L.A. artists. Now it’s time to help the selection committee decide on which of the three final designs will be piloted this summer.
It is up to a public vote to decide which design will win and be built as a permanent structure to shade Olive Court in the center of Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles.
Voting ends this coming Friday, March 25, at midnight, and LA Fabrica needs some Woodbury University support and votes to help our vision for Sonar come true. Please vote here.
La Fabrica is a collaborative of young Los Angeles designers whose inspiration comes from the influential mediums of design, art, and making. We specialize in design & fabrication through both analogue and digital techniques. Through utilizing various types of equipment and fabrication tools, we have seen tremendous value in the experimentation of new methods of developing the built environment. We design with materiality and nature guiding us and test the boundaries of our craft in each project we work on.