The Skirball has been building a community and a center for three decades. They finished the latter endeavor last month by finishing two additional buildings. Most impressive of all, the center did it without incurring any debt. It might have taken a while, but at least it did not leave the institution making interest payments on expensive construction loans. That's fiscal responsibility. I sat down with architect Moshe Safdie about his first and newest project, plus the exhibition opening in his honor.
|Herscher Hall and Guerin Pavilion. Photo © Timothy Hursley.|