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International Style

Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Art Center College of Design

Often described as designer Craig Ellwood's swansong, the Art Center bridge, an economical solution to the school's hilly canyon site, was one of the final commissions for his firm.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Barry Building

The unusual courtyard layout of the Barry Building exemplifies modern ideals of integrating indoor and outdoor spaces in a rare commercial application.
Photo by Brendan Ravenhill, copyright 2014

Bethlehem Baptist Church

A community center and worship space, Bethlehem Baptist Church embodied Rudolph Schindler's philosophy that a well-designed building could shape space, light, and accessibility in positive ways, despite a modest budget.
Courtesy Kilroy Realty

CBS Columbia Square

A Hollywood entertainment icon received a much-needed rehabilitation and upgrade, exemplifying how historic sites can return to their former glory while meeting current needs.
Chuey Residence, as photographed by Julius Shulman. Courtesy of J.Paul Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (2004.R.10)
Glen Lukens House
Photo by Barry Milofsky

Glen Lukens House

The Lukens House is one of about a dozen Soriano homes that still exist, and it's a rare example of modernism in the West Adams neighborhood.
Kimpson Nixon House
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Kimpson Nixon House

A bastion of pure Modern design and a wonderfully intact example of renowned architect Raphael Soriano's International Style residential designs.
Photo by Roger Davies

Kronish House

One of only three Richard Neutra designs ever built in Beverly Hills, the Kronish House is reportedly Neutra's largest residential commission in North America.

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