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See L.A. Architectural Dreams That Never Became Realities
"Never Built: Los Angeles," the A+D Museum's most recent exhibit, features fanciful plans that didn't make it past the drawing board, by world famous architects – for better or worse.
Proposed LAX Terminal
This 1952 plan by Pereira and Luckman for a terminal at Los Angeles International called for an expansive glass ceiling with a world map etched into a central column. It certainly would have been distinctive.
By Lisa Johnson Mandell