Beaux Arts | Los Angeles Conservancy

Beaux Arts

Photo by Jim Simmons Photography

Freehand Los Angeles

A long-neglected former office building was transformed into a vibrant hotel, connecting people to their past and each other.
Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Globe Theatre/Garland Building

Built as a combination office tower and theatre venue, the 1913 Beaux Arts-style Garland Building was designed by Morgan, Walls & Morgan. Built for full-scale live theatre productions, the interior was designed by Alfred F. Rosenheim.
Grand Central Market
Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Grand Central Market

In continuous operation as a market since 1917 out of two adjacent buildings built in 1897 and 1905, one of which was the first reinforced concrete building erected in Southern California.
Photo by Joe Decruyenaere on Flickr

Hall of Justice

The oldest surviving government building in the Los Angeles Civic Center is an imposing presence with classical detailing and matching facades on all four sides.
Photo by Joshua Targownik

Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

This flour mill-turned-arts center shows what’s possible in a rapidly changing Arts District.
Metro 417
Photo by Floyd Bariscale

Metro 417

Designed in the Beaux Arts style with Italian Renaissance ornamentation, this 1926 building has dual entrances, one to the offices above, and one to a concourse that served the city's early subway.

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