Postmodern architecture in Los Angeles

POSTMODERN ARCHITECTURE
  1980 -1989

Los Angeles Airport Towers
Arnoldi Triplex
Griffin Building
Glendale Financial Square
LAX Business Center
Santa Monica Offices
Pasadena Condominium
Spiller House
Redevelopment
Watt Plaza
Wilshire Square
1981
Beverly Center
Beverly Hills North
Bingham House
EDC Plaza
Monterey Island Condos
Prime Office Space
Universal Hilton
Venice III
Warner Brothers
World Savings Center
Wosk Residence
1982
330 North Brand
American Insurance Group
Glendale Galleria Tower
LACMA Museum
Petal House
Universal City Plaza
Valley Office Building
Wilshire-Bundy Plaza
World Savings Bank
1983
Fernwood House
Inter Pacific
Lawrence Residence
New Wilshire
Norton Beach Residence
Philippe Starck House
Tillman Water Reclamation Plant
Trident Center
1984
Central Park Plaza
Class-A-Office
Escrow Office
Harnell Residence
Hotel Hollywood
Landmark I
Metroplex
1985
505 North Brand
Fairview Cadillac
Fox Plaza
Glendale Highrise
Pacific Federal
Sirmai-Peterson Residence
1986
Ackerberg Beach House
Allstate Plaza
Bjornson House
Bridges Residence
Congregational Church
Fleetwood Square
Herman Residence
Kehillat Israel
Valley Office Building
Van Nuys Courthouse
1987
Directors Guild of America
Edgemar Development
Kate Mantilini
Landmark II
Marine Center
Nestle U.S.A.
SunAmerica
Venice Studios
1988
Ace Market
Campanile Restaurant
Epstein House
Executive Tower
Filmland
Gehry Architects Office
Maltman Avenue House
Pacific Design Center
Race Through The Clouds
Saint Andrews Place
Sears Savings Plaza
Studio Plaza
The Tower
Venice Renaissance
Windward Circle
1989
Creative Artists Agency
Hammer Art Museum
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Kiyohara Moffitt Home
Leiberman House
Lindblade Tower
Paramount Laundry
8522 National Boulevard








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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.
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