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UNLV Architecture Professor Randall Stout Featured in L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art

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"A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California" runs through Sept. 16.
Arts and Culture  |  Aug 22, 2013  |  By Jennifer Vaughan
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Randall Stout Architect’s Steinhude Sea Recreational Facility Model in the foreground at MOCA’s “A New Sculpturalism” Exhibit on view through Sept. 16 2013 at the Geffen Contemporary in downtown Los Angeles.

Professor Randall Stout, FAIA, is currently featured along with other established and emerging architects including Frank Gehry, Franklin D. Israel, Thom Mayne, Michael Rotondi, and Eric Owen Moss in The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art's (MOCA) exhibit:

"A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California"

The show runs through Sept. 16 and is located in MOCA's Geffen Contemporary.

The exhibit is the first extensive, scholarly examination of the radical forms that have become prolific in Southern California architecture during the past 25 years.

Stout, also the president and principal-in-charge of Los Angeles-based Randall Stout Architects, Inc., has directed projects worldwide. His design experience includes cultural, civic, educational, commercial, institutional, industrial, recreational, and residential facilities. Across this broad spectrum of project types, his buildings are known for dynamic forms, state of the art technology, and environmental sustainability. Considered a visionary whose evocative design aesthetic consistently challenges architectural conventions, Stout creates environments that capture the unique composition of their surroundings, while transforming light, shadow, form, and materials into innovative architecture.

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