In Brief

The exhibition ‘Never Built: Los Angeles’ features a collection of designs, plans, and proposals that were never created.

What would L.A. look like if some of the design proposals submitted over the last 100 years had been accepted? The exhibition ‘Never Built: Los Angeles‘ looks at these proposals and shows how design could have worked to solve transportation and housing issues that currently plague the city, as well as providing more green space.

The exhibition opens this spring at Los Angeles’s A+D Architecture and Design Museum, featuring a collection of projects with descriptions, drawings, models, and videos showing their potential. It includes buildings from Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lautner, Frank Gehry, and Thom Mayne.

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