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1940s

Photo by Sue Hwang

Formosa Café

The Formosa Café is currently undergoing rehabilitation and will reopen in 2018.
Four-Level Interchange
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Four-Level Interchange

As the only interchange in the region to be certified as a civil engineering landmark, its robust elegance is a true aesthetic achievement.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Gainsburg House

In the foothills below the Angeles National Forest lies a geometrical wonder.
Gerry Building
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Gerry Building

Continuously housing garment manufacturers and fashion showrooms since it was built and an early example of post-WWII Modernism, the Gerry Building stands as a functional, vibrant industrial space.
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.
Hansen Dam
Photo by Barry Mulling

Hansen Dam

At the time of its construction the dam was the largest of its type in the world, built by a workforce of nearly 1,000 and a stunning illustration of the functional and aesthetic power of good design.

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