Frank Gehry, renowned for his often enormous public works projects, is turning his attention to something on a smaller scale: a campus for the non-profit organization CII (Children’s Institute Inc.) in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts. Perhaps best known for Watts tower, the architecture of Watts is shaped by limited income and the need to deter vandalism. according to the LA Times Gehry’s intervention will hopefully be a tipping point for a neighborhood desperate to change not just its aesthetic but its future. Read the full article about the project here.
Gehry to Design Campus for Non-Profit in Los Angeles Neighborhood
Cite: Connor Walker. "Gehry to Design Campus for Non-Profit in Los Angeles Neighborhood" 31 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/533147/gehry-to-design-campus-for-non-profit-in-los-angeles-neighborhood> ISSN 0719-8884
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