Los Angeles is home to a wide range of architecture and landmarks both old and new. From the world famous Hollywood sign to art deco buildings around West Hollywood, the city is full of unique structures that represent unique periods of the cities history and ethnic backgrounds.
Architectural Digest has showcased the city and developed sample tours for those looking to explore the cities unique landmarks. Those locations listed by the publication include everything from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House to the Broad Museum and even to Disneyland.
In addition to outdoor facades and building architecture, indoor locations across Los Angeles are full of beautiful structural designs. Movie Theatres in particular are of particular note, including the Vista Theatre whose interior remains as it was when it was built back in 1923. The glitter of old Hollywood is still alive and well and lives on through designs and architectural structures are revered to this day.