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1960s

Danziger Studio
Photo by Devri Richmond

Danziger Studio

Before the Guggenheim in Bilbao and the Disney Concert Hall, a lesser-known Frank Gehry crafted a work--live-play paradise for graphic artist Lou Danziger on Melrose Avenue.
Photo by Michael Locke

Denny's

The lone surviving hallmark of an L.A. institution lives on in part because of a public outcry and a chain of greasy spoon diners.
Photo by Adriene Biondo

Driftwood Dairy

A very rare example of an intact drive-thru dairy, the Driftwood Dairy recently survived a demolition threat and stands as a truly spectacular example of Googie design.
Photo by Marisela Ramirez/L.A. Conservancy

El Mercado

El Mercado, often known as "El Mercadito" to locals, embodies the traditional Mexican cultural identity of the Eastside.
Eldridge House
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Eldridge House

An elegant example of Claremont Modernism, the Eldridge House was a clear outcropping of the architect's abiding principle of "total environment."

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