Held yearly since 1989, the Los Angeles Heritage Awards Gala is one of the most highly anticipated awards ceremonies in Los Angeles.
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Project Restore oversaw and participated in the successful Seismic Retrofit and Restoration of Los Angeles City Hall (1997-2001). Major restoration of its exterior and public areas such as the Council Chambers, Rotunda, Board of Public Works Session Room, Temple Street Entrance and the Tom Bradley... (read more)
Residence A will soon be restored to its original splendor. Project Restore is partnering with Los Angeles City forces in restoring this significant historic structure located at Barnsdall Art Park. As part of Frank Lloyd Wright’s first project in Los Angeles, Residence A, also referred to as “The Director’s House,” was... (read more)
L.A.’s Hollyhock House, a 20th century treasure designed by one of America’s most prolific architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is the first and only World Heritage site in Los Angeles, as well as the first cultural site for California, the first modern architecture designation and the 24th World... (read more)