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LA County Museum's $650 Million Plan To Redevelop Its Home

May 1, 2013

"If completed it would rank as one of the most significant works of architecture to rise in Los Angeles since Frank Gehry's Walt Disney Concert Hall opened 10 years ago. It would also require demolishing the core of the museum's campus, including the original 1965 buildings by William L. Pereira and a 1986 addition by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates of New York." Los Angeles Times 05/01/13

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