Collection by Brandi Andres

Modernist Building in Los Angeles' Koreatown is Redesigned as The Line Hotel

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What happens when a group of creative thinkers, such as Los Angeles-based designer (and Dwell on Design L.A. speaker) Sean Knibb, chef and restaurateur Roy Choi, hotelier Andrew Zobler of Sydell Group, entrepreneurs Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, and L.A.-nightlife impresarios Jonnie and Mark Houston, get together to build a hotel in Koreatown? The magnificently modern Line hotel happens.

The 1,200-square-foot apartment suite comes with a cozy bohemian couch by Busnelli and an orange-hued hanging light and...
Roy Choi’s upscale coffee shop, caFe, features Saarinen dining and side tables from Hive Modern and custom modular...
Guestrooms at the Line hotel all include uniquely crafted furniture pieces by Knibb Design, such as these Negril chairs...
The concrete and glass structure reaches 12 stories above the city streets on Wilshire Boulevard, at the heart of...
Some of the city's best views of the Hollywood Hills can be seen from a number of rooms at the Line hotel.
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