Shelter: Rethinking How We Live In Los Angeles

Art, Architecture
Shelter: Rethinking How We Live In Los Angeles
Photograph: Courtesy PAR

Los Angeles is a drastically different city than the days when architects like Frank Lloyd Wright used it as a residential playground. These days, building projects are driven by density and inclusivity as architects are forced to respond to the population, economy, congestion and environment. This inaugural exhibition at the A+D Museum's new home asked six Los Angeles design firms to meet these challenges by proposing creative new housing models for a changing city. The exhibit focuses on these teams' single and multi-family proposals along the Wilshire Corridor and the Los Angeles River, along with a selection of inventive new residences taking form throughout the city.

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