It's difficult to get adventurous when it comes to building projects, so I admire Diane Klein's fortitude in this, as well as Daniel Monti's vision. Who wouldn't want to spend a night in an video art room like this?
Text by: Carren Jao
Edited by: Alice Short
Published: 31 October 2015, Los Angeles Times
|Architect Daniel Monti looks out from his recently finished private gallery space, the Amoroso Project, for Diane Klein, an entertainment executive who collects video art. Photo by: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times|
After running out of wall space, Diane Klein decided it was time for her growing collection of video art to have a real home. And that became a golden opportunity to replace the termite-ridden 1929 garage behind her Craftsman home in Venice Beach with a creative space and guest house. [read more]