Hollywood, Los Angeles County,
The Nash Building in Hollywood was but a former shadow of its earlier vestige by the time it was adaptively re-used and not a moment too soon. Commercial use had reduced the former facade to a welter of small stalls and large graphic output.
This project involved terra cotta reproduction, replication, and matching, in addition to brick restoration. The original Beax-Arts terra cotta details were covered over with slab-sided solutions, with some remaining original detail that we were able to reproduce.
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