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10 L.A. Landmarks We Lost During the 2010s

Let’s take a moment to say goodbye to some historic places that we lost in the last decade

Four of L.A.’s Iconic Midcentury Buildings Are Currently Under Threat

These local gems could be torn down for new development

These Beloved, Iconic L.A. Buildings Are in Danger of Being Demolished

Covina Bowl was added to the historic list, but these are facing imminent threats

What’s That Building? Retro Gallery on La Brea

The Story Behind This Vintage Store and Their Vintage Structure

The Nebulous Future of LACMA’s Black Blob Design

At a ”Third Los Angeles” talk, architecture critics disagreed on the merit of Peter Zumthor’s design for the museum’s new building

The Story Behind L.A.’s Coolest Looking Gas Station

Jack Colker’s 76 Station has been nominated for landmark status. Here its designer, Gin Wong, weighs in

Endangered Spaces: 12 Historic Buildings in Los Angeles Under Threat

A Gothic church, an abandoned mental hospital, and the TV home of Joe Friday are in danger of disappearing

Slideshow: Architecture Of William Pereira

His midcentury masterworks will be on display at the Los Feliz library tonight.

DispL.A. Case #70: Steve Anthony Trunk

The history of Los Angeles as told through 232 objects.