Preservation Award Recipient | Los Angeles Conservancy

Preservation Award Recipient

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.
Garfield Building
Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Garfield Building

This twelve-story structure gracefully combines Art Deco geometry and the floral swirl of the Art Nouveau style.
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.
Photo by Tom Pellicer Photographer

Glendale Central Library

A rehabilitation project embraced a 1973 Brutalist design, adapting it to meet the changing nature of libraries while respecting and reviving its historic character.
Image by Connie Zhou

Google Playa Vista

This stunning project brought a hub of innovation back to life for a new generation of tech giants.
Photo by Paul Turang

Grand Central Air Terminal

One of Glendale’s most beloved landmarks received a complete rehabilitation, allowing the story of the city’s aviation history to live on in a new form.
Postcard collection of Los Angeles Conservancy

Griffith Park

Griffith Park is the heart and soul of Los Angeles and in 2009 was designated as an Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM) to recognize its significance and ensure its long-term preservation.
Photo by Joshua Targownik

Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

This flour mill-turned-arts center shows what’s possible in a rapidly changing Arts District.
Photo courtesy Gensler-Ryan Gobuty

Herald Examiner Building

Julia Morgan, the first licensed female architect in California, designed this Mission Revival style building to house the operations of William Randolph Hearst's newspaper, the Los Angeles Examiner.

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