Here Are The Renderings For Frank Gehry’s Proposed $300 M. L.A. Project

One of the renderings.  GEHRY PARTNERS

One of the renderings.


Yesterday, Architectural Record reported that Gehry Partners has released the renderings for Los Angeles–based architect Frank Gehry’s proposed $300 million mixed-used development in the heart of L.A.’s Sunset Strip.

The renderings show five unique structures spread across a 2.6-acre site, anchored by a plaza, and a complex full of residential units. Architectural Record‘s Anna Fixsen describes the central unit as “a white tubular façade… that is evocative of a sea anemone.” The development will also include commercial buildings, which will be made from what Fixsen refers to as “glass with cross-laminated timber mullions.”

Gehry, who is also working with city officials to draft a redevelopment of the L.A. River, had this to say: “[Residents and visitors] should feel that they are part of L.A., a part of L.A. that has a culture that comes with it.”

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