Sunday, January 27, 2013
I know I’ve said this before, but one of the best things about living in L.A. is being able to see and maybe even interact with celebrities. Last night, for instance, Karen and I attended a free event at the Los Angeles County Museum Art (LACMA), featuring L.A. writer and historian D.J. Waldie, graphic designer Lorraine Wild and actress/photographer Diane Keaton, who all collaborated on a book, called House, celebrating the design of some very uncommon houses. Although the audience obviously loved architecture, I’m guessing most of us were there to see and hear Ms. Keaton, who has become a renowned interior designer in her own right. She did not disappoint. She was funny, knowledgeable, and completely enthusiastic about the amazing homes included in the book. Plus she still looked exactly like she had just stepped off the set of Annie Hall. A fun evening, though we didn't buy the book—no L.A. houses!