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Old Posted Mar 12, 2017, 2:34 AM
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I honestly don't mind the Spanish revival architecture of those Pasadena apartments.
Don't mind at all.. It looks fantastic
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Old Posted Mar 12, 2017, 4:32 AM
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21 story building proposed in Long Beach I didn't know about. 635 pine avenue

http://ktgy.com/635-pine-ave-major-c...in-long-beach/
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Old Posted Mar 12, 2017, 7:37 PM
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"Ensemble has been involved in the development of several hotels in Southern California including the Holiday Inn Bayview Plaza in Santa Monica and the Hilton Hotel in Long Beach."

This is one of the f-ed up stories in architectural news and on one is even talking about!


https://ensemble.net/location/holida...plaza/#frommap


This is one of new Coolist things I've seen. 80s Retro aesthetic and there's no outrage what's so ever to it's destruction. There is no serious historic preservation, just excuses by NIMBYs to block development. There are very few places like that left. When the 80s mall interior s have been destroyed.
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Old Posted Mar 13, 2017, 5:51 AM
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"Some of these buildings are over 20 years old!"
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Aside from excessive parking, this Hoover/Wilshire project is nearly perfect.
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Old Posted Mar 17, 2017, 11:36 PM
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"Some of these buildings are over 20 years old!"
LOL
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Old Posted Mar 19, 2017, 11:31 PM
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It looks like they have finished most of the major excavation work at the Rams' stadium, and I gotta say - that hole is HUGE!
http://www.therams.com/stadiumcam.html
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Old Posted Mar 21, 2017, 7:18 PM
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The Brickyard at Playa Vista looks completed... I wonder when tenants will be moving in?
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Old Posted Mar 22, 2017, 3:56 PM
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Plans revealed for the Queen Mary adjacent waterfront.

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Old Posted Mar 22, 2017, 4:23 PM
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Another "radical overhaul" for the new Zumthor building at LACMA?

http://www.architecturalrecord.com/a...g-a-curve-ball

Zumthor also mentioned (twice) “one big tower going to the sky” — which would be a major new element (though hard to reconcile with his single-level idea).

So, did he, as one stunned audience member put it, “drop a bombshell”? Has the design changed significantly yet again — or was Zumthor merely bringing Goldberger up to date on the August scheme? The museum is denying any grand transformation, but it has also scheduled Zumthor to discuss his plans publicly on April 5, as part of the ongoing “Director’s Series,” hosted by Michael Govan, head of LACMA. So, stay tuned.
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Possible red line subway extension down Vermont avenue instead of a stupid rapid bus line that would most likely be converted to rail anyways after a few decades. Makes more sense since that corridor is the second most traveled after Wiltshire boulevard.

http://la.curbed.com/2017/3/23/15041...ro-los-angeles
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Oh man, a Vermont subway line would be absolutely transformational. In a good way.
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I was in the area this morning and it looks like Sunset and Bronson is starting.

http://urbanize.la/post/proposed-hol...ower-gets-name
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Cool.
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I was in the area this morning and it looks like Sunset and Bronson is starting.

http://urbanize.la/post/proposed-hol...ower-gets-name
Awesome. Can't wait to drive by there. Another great project bringing great jobs back to Hollywood
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Took those ones today.

Century City - L.A. (from Baldwin Hills) by Sylvio Pinnow, on Flickr

Expo Line between Santa Monica and Downtown.

Expo Line & Canals by Sylvio Pinnow, on Flickr

Century City - L.A. by Sylvio Pinnow, on Flickr

Hollywood Sign by Sylvio Pinnow, on Flickr
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I was in the area this morning and it looks like Sunset and Bronson is starting.

http://urbanize.la/post/proposed-hol...ower-gets-name
Activity at 15-story Sunset/Bronson tower site

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Old Posted Mar 27, 2017, 7:59 PM
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Love how quickly this part of Sunset is becoming a high rise corridor. Can't wait for the Palladium Towers.

also screw u weinstein
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