Civic Centres in Los Angeles

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Civic Centres in Los Angeles

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  • Dana Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA1,046 contributions
    Once the biggest building in Los Angeles, the City Hall building still inspires and still serves the great city of Los Angeles.
    Written 21 March 2022
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  • Colby S
    Irvine, CA1,030 contributions
    I dropped by last Saturday to check out this house for the first time and it is a brilliant work of modernist design! I forgot my tour guide’s name (tours are run by students from Cal Poly Pomona who own the building) but he was very passionate about the home and was full of details to share about the place and its history associated with legendary architect Richard Neutra.

    What I love about this home is just how much it takes advantage of the little space it has and maximizes efficiency throughout, including a foldable corner that connects the kitchen with the living room! There is a great sense of balance between manmade and natural elements and offers a comfortable lifestyle if ever I were to call this home (which is highly unlikely).

    What’s interesting is that this is the second home on the same property, the first version was built in the 30s and burned down in the 60s so this house is the current version built from 1964-1965. According to a few models the old house was a bit more strict and linear, while the current house is a bit more playful and experimental by comparison.

    Visiting this house has given me a new appreciation for Neutra’s work and I highly recommend this to everyone interested in architecture!

    Written 5 June 2019
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA12,740 contributions
    This is the center of downtown LA with the city hall and library, and now the big theaters. A redevelopment area that has matured.
    Written 1 March 2019
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  • Tipsandtreats
    Los Angeles1 contribution
    I attended a fundraising event here and had no idea such a beautiful center existed in it's neighborhood. Plaza de la Raza is an afterscool non-profit, they have classes in the visual and performing arts for ages 5-adult and is located inside of Lincoln Park in Los Angeles. (not too far away from downtown)

    There was a student art exhibit up at the time in their gallery which was pretty amazing considering the ages of some of the entries. I picked up a catalog and hope to attend some classes soon, their prices are very reasonable! More so than many other places I have looked into, and being able to learn in such a fresh, colorful and dynamic facility makes it even better. I think their site is (--) for more info. Highly recommened and very friendly.
    Written 16 September 2006
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