LOS ANGELES PHOTO ARCHIVE
Architecture photography in the city, county and California
DOWNTOWN L.A.Historic El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Victorian homes and residences on Carroll Street and Los Angeles, 1880-1909 Brick and Adobe, 1910-1919 Revival Style, 1920-1924 Beaux-Arts, 1925-1939 Art Deco Style, 1930-1969 Buildings, 1970-1984 High-Rise, 1985-2010 Skyscraper.
LOS ANGELES CITY1790-1919 Mission Style, 1920-1925 Brick and mortar building, 1926-1929 Industrial Lofts, 1930-1949 Art Deco buildings, 1920-1949 Concrete Structures, 1950-1959 International Style, 1960-1969 High-Rise, 1970-1979 Modernistic, 1980-1989 Postmodern, 1990-1999 Modern Homes, 2000-2004 Green Building, 2005-2009 Modern Architecture.
BOULEVARDSHollywood Blvd, Sunset Boulevard, Broadway, Spring Street, Wilshire Boulevard, Miracle Mile, Ventura Boulevard, Superunknown.
PUBLIC ARTGraffiti Spray Paint Art, Mural and Wallpainting, Sculpture and Neon Art, Statue and Fountain.
ARCHITECTUREGoogie Style, Eichler Homes, Silver Lake Bungalow, Theatre, Tract Housing.
PHOTO GALLERYAerial Photo, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Panorama, Public Transport, Restaurants, Street Photography. Locations: Memorial, Cemetary, Market, Store, Shop, Outlet, Water, Museum, Temple, Recreation, Mountain, Los Angeles River, Outdoor, Entertainment, Building.
ARCHITECT A-ZA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z
Kurt Meyer, Richard Neutra, James R. Meyer, John Parkinson, Roberto Goyenaga.
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