LOS ANGELES: Never Built

Los Angeles is a sprawling city, filled with every type of building imaginable, but what if it were just a bit different? This is the premise behind the recently opened “Never Built: Los Angeles” at the Architecture & Design Museum, a fascinating exhibition focusing on building concepts that were never executed. A sweeping design for LAX from 1952, a heartbreakingly abandoned plan for a massive monorail line, and a hydroponic high-rise are all part of this catalog of could-have-beens, now presented simply as art. From now until October 13, if you’re in L.A. and looking for architectural inspiration, hit up the A & D Museum. —Ashley Churchill

Never Built: Los Angeles

July 28th, 2013 – October 13, 2013, $10

A & D Museum

6032 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036

Phone: 1 323 932 9393

Email: info@aplusd.org

Photos Courtesy of A & D Museum

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