Frank Lloyd Wright's first Los Angeles project, Hollyhock House, received a meticulous repair and $4.3 million restoration, reflecting a major achievement for the City of Los Angeles and strong civic stewardship.  Photo 3 of 7 in 7 Preserved Modern Architecture Icons in Los Angeles
The 1913 Pacific Electric Railway, El Prado Bridge, is a Torrance, California icon and a signature design of architect Irving Gill. The bridge’s repair and stabilization project arrived just in time for its 100th birthday.  Photo 5 of 7 in 7 Preserved Modern Architecture Icons in Los Angeles
This garden apartment community of Lincoln Place survived a preservation battle spanning more than a decade; it thrives once again with a mix of historic buildings and sensitive new construction.  Photo 4 of 7 in 7 Preserved Modern Architecture Icons in Los Angeles
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