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September 2019

#274
September 2019

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The curvaceous curtain wall is activated by a series of anamorphic cut-outs in the frit pattern. Viewed from specific points at street level, the cut-outs evoke the Center’s logo.

“Fifty Years of Queer” is the slogan announcing the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s semicentennial celebration this year. Yet despite its steadfast presence in the city, the organization – which says it serves more LGBT people than any other body in the world – has never had a cohesive facility that could accommodate its multi-faceted mission. Over the years, the Center’s health and housing services, education and advocacy programs and administration have all operated from disparate locations around Hollywood. With the April inauguration of the Anita May Rosenstein Campus, designed by New York–based Leong Leong with local firm Killefer Flammang Architects (KFA), that changed.

LGBT Center in Los Angeles, aerial view
The campus comprises a series of glass and white...
The Stunning – and Statement-Making – LGBT Center in Los Angeles

The welcoming hub brings together the LGBT Center in Los Angeles’ disparate locations into one striking glass building in Hollywood.

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