Curbed LA yesterday shared schemes for the zone around Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Broad Museum, revealing renderings of two residential towers to the south and east of the project and space for a new plaza. The images sent the ever-excitable architecture community chattering. But while it’s great to get a better sense of what’s going up, as the blog pointed out and the architects have reiterated, the images don’t reveal what the design will actually look like.
Developed by LA firm Grant Price Architects, the plans were part of a “Concept Study” for LA’s Community Redevelopment Agency through developer Related Companies to explore the various configurations on the site. “It’s too early to get an idea of what they could do around the museum,” Ted Ogami, Associate Director at Grant Price told AN. “It’s going to go through a number of iterations before they decide what to do.”
So we still need to wait until DS+R and Broad roll out their scheme for the area. DS+R Senior Associate Kevin Rice, the project director, confirmed that the firm is working under the assumption that they will likely design the plaza, but won’t start work on it until that’s confirmed in the next few months . Curbed did reveal that an architect for one of the towers is likely to be revealed in 30 days. More things to wait for. So be patient.
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