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August 10, 2005

Gehry will contribute to L.A.'s Grand Avenue project

Architectural Record
by J.T. Long

grandave.jpg Gehry "gets it" in LA.

Speaking about Frank Gehry's tower in LA's Grand Avenue housing, retail and cultural complex proposal, President of Related Companies Bill Witte said: "[Gehry] was sensitive to the placement and fit of the building, so it doesn't overwhelm Disney Hall and fits along the busy civic street."


NoLandGrab: Brooklynites wouldn't mind if Gehry was "sensitive to the placement and fit" of the buildings "so that it doesn't overwhelm" their neighborhoods and "fits along" the busiest intersection in Brooklyn.

Posted by lumi at August 10, 2005 7:52 AM