Modern architecture in Los Angeles

MODERN ARCHITECTURE
  1990 -1999

Bank of America
Beverly Hills Civic Center
Blackbox
Carnation Milk
Culver Studios Parking
Douroux Beach House
Eames Workshop
Gary Group
Glendale City Center
ICM Modern Architecture
Muscle Beach Recreation Center
Ocean Front House
Rodeo Drive
Steinberg Residence
1991
Cynthia Ashford House
Chiat Day Mojo Advertising
Egidi Studio Venice
Getty Center
Gold-Friedman House
Marina Fine Arts
Michael Ruppert
Perkins Building
Salick Health Care
Shatto Recreation Center
Sony Modern Architecture
1992
Kodak Modern Complex
Korean Youth Community Center
12th Street Live + Work Lofts
Lowe Residence
Nixon Library
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
1993
Angelil-Graham Residence
Carlson-Reges
Child Care Center
Culver City Hall
Ocean Front Walk Condominiums
Ocean 101 Residences
Rosenthal House Manhattan Beach
Schwartz Steel House
Stealth Modern Architecture
1994
Adaptive re-use Architecture
Calpoly University
Disney Animation Studio
West Hollywood City Hall
1995
Drier House
House on Larissa Drive
International Elementary School
Puente Learning Center
Thousand Oaks Library
1996
Air Traffic Control Tower
Beehive Architecture
Green Umbrella
Keck Residence
Museum of Television + Radio
Robertson Library
1997
3535 Hayden
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Gatehouse
In-n-Out Burger
LA Louver Artgallery
Los Feliz Branch Library
Bowtruss Building
Terner-Berkus Residence
1998
Christuskirche
Backslash
Geffen Foundation
Goldsmith Center
Slash
Trivida
1999
Bergamot Station
Diamond Ranch High School
Hustler Casino
Kaplan Residence
Oakley Headquarters
Palisades Beach Road Houses
Palisades Beach Road House
Pterodactyl Architecture Project
Ronald Reagan Medical Center
West Angeles Church Cathedral
Willows Community School









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Modern architecture is the style
of the 20th century
and Los Angeles
one of the most
diverse and innovative
cities.

The houses of the Case Study
program are still a great
example for the use
of lightweight materials
and a new view
on the interaction
between inside and outside.
The classic
Southern California farm home
was, and still is, subject
to countless remodels
by young designers.

Today abandoned office
buildings and loft warehouses
been converted
to apartments
and studios
not only downtown.
Photovoltaic solar panels
start to show up,
everything goes green
and more energy selfsufficient.