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Exploring Gehry in LA
If seeing the career-spanning show of Frank Gehry architecture at the LA County Art Museum left you hungry for a glimpse of the real thing, you couldn’t be in a better city to get it. Gehry’s exuberant buildings dot the landscape from Thousand Oaks to Pasadena, each one a different exclamation of the architect’s creativity. Recently, inspired by the LACMA show, Curbed’s Critical Eye went exploring, starting at one of Gehry’s earliest urban environments: Loyola Law School.
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