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Los Angeles

Los Angeles, officially the City of Los Angeles, often known by its initials L.A., is the most populous city in the U.S. state of California and the second-most populous in the United States, after New York City, with a population at the 2010 United States Census of 3,792,621. It has a land area of 469 square miles, and is located in Southern California.

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The Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Walt Disney Concert Hall

Architect
Frank GehryBrowse Frank Gehry
Location
Los Angeles, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, United States
Type
Concert hallBrowse Concert hall
Year
2003 Browse 2003
US Bank Tower

US Bank Tower

Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper
Year
1989 adBrowse 1989 ad
Address
623 West 5th StreetBrowse 623 West 5th Street

KPMG Tower

KPMG Tower

Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper
Year
1983 adBrowse 1983 ad
Address
355 South Grand Avenue Browse 355 South Grand Avenue
Bank of America Plaza

Bank of America Plaza

Architect
Albert C. MartinBrowse Albert C. Martin
Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, OfficeBrowse Office, CommercialBrowse Commercial
Year
1975 adBrowse 1975 ad

Aon Center

Aon Center

Architect
Charles LuckmanBrowse Charles Luckman
Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, OfficeBrowse Office
Year
1973 adBrowse 1973 ad
Powell Library

Powell Library

Architect
George W. KelhamBrowse George W. Kelham
Location
Los Angeles, California, United States of AmericaBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Year
1929 Browse 1929
Client
University of California, Los AngelesBrowse University of California, Los Angeles

Water & Power Building

Water & Power Building

Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Year
1964 adBrowse 1964 ad
Address
111 North Hope StreetBrowse 111 North Hope Street
Floor count
16 Browse 16
SCI-Arc

SCI-Arc

Architect
Gary Paige StudioBrowse Gary Paige Studio
Location
Los Angeles, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, United States
Type
universityBrowse university, workshopBrowse workshop
Year
2000 Browse 2000

AT&T Switching Center

Architect
John B. & Donald D. ParkinsonBrowse John B. & Donald D. Parkinson
Location
Los Angeles, California, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, California, United States
Type
SkyscraperBrowse Skyscraper, communicationBrowse communication
Year
1961 adBrowse 1961 ad
Barker Block

Barker Block

Architect
Nakada + AssociatesBrowse Nakada + Associates
Location
Los Angeles, United StatesBrowse Los Angeles, United States
Type
OfficeBrowse Office, exposition spaceBrowse exposition space, apartmentBrowse apartment
Year
2009 Browse 2009


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