Exhibit of LA buildings that never were


4 Responses to “Exhibit of LA buildings that never were”

  1. aperturehead says:

    The recently-opened mind-boggling boondoggle ROBERT F. KENNEDY SCHOOL in Los Angeles was built for a heart-warming $600 million tax dollars. It would have been nice to split up some of that money and revisit some of these “buildings that never were” (and maybe actually build a couple of them) – Los Angeles stopped being designed by architects around 1973. It’s now designed by vast committees. Another heart-breaking architectural story is the planned multi-billion dollar FARMER’S FIELD super-stadium eyesore in downtown LA, which will increase traffic and displace thousands of residents – I love these “never-built” designs, though.

  2. efergus3 says:

    There was that German guy with the weird moustache who loved really big buildings. Are we sure that he’s REALLY dead?

  3. Antinous / Moderator says:

    It looks the old Jordan Marsh building at Shoppers World in Framingham, Mass.

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