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The Merritt Building

November 14, 2016 Downtown Los Angeles, Historic
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The Merritt Building has long been shrouded in mystery and misery. Once one of the finest buildings in downtown Los Angeles, the 1914 Beaux Arts building has seen its fair share of suffering. It surrendered to a major height-restriction, a…

Emmy Magazine Feature

October 26, 2016 Publication
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Emmy Magazine by Hunter Kerhart

Earlier this summer, I photographed the newly-completed Saban Media Center for a spread in emmy Magazine. The addition to the Television Academy campus in North Hollywood is nothing short of jaw-dropping. It houses the Wolf Theater and the offices for the…

A Look Inside The Title Insurance Building

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There’s nothing quite like the news of an Art Deco gem being picked up for redevelopment in Downtown LA. These days, developers snatching up historic buildings are a dime a dozen, but the Title Insurance Building is truly lucky to…

Thank You, Dwell On Design!

June 27, 2016 Downtown Los Angeles
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This past Saturday, I had the great privilege of speaking at the 2016 Dwell on Design Los Angeles conference. Known as "America's Largest Design Event," Dwell On Design boasts three days of modern furnishing and product exhibitions, 100+ speakers, onstage presentations,…

The Commercial Exchange Building

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I’ve walked by the Commercial Exchange Building at 8th and Olive hundreds of times, and there are always two thoughts that strike me: how incredible the gigantic neon sign will look once someone lovingly restores it and George R. Kress.…

Last Month on Flickr: May

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Each month I highlight a few construction images taken around Downtown Los Angeles. I pull these directly from my Flickr where there are many more. (more…)

Last Month on Flickr: February

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Each month I highlight a few construction images taken around Downtown Los Angeles. I pull these directly from my Flickr where there are many more. (more…)

Down Into The Pacific Electric Subway Terminal (LA’s Original Underground)

February 15, 2016 Downtown Los Angeles, Historic
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Over the last decade, Downtown LA has seen its fair share of cool adaptive reuse projects. Dozens of historic buildings have been converted into housing, creative offices, restaurants and retail. Without a doubt, I am most excited for an overhaul…