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The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County’s new Otis Booth Pavilion, the features of which were a closely kept secret throughout design and construction, was finally unveiled this weekend at the Museum’s 100th anniversary celebration.
“The 100-year-old Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County knows how to make an entrance. On Saturday night, following a black-tie dinner to celebrate its centennial, the museum lifted the curtain on its brand-new entrance, the Otis Booth Pavilion. The $13-million structure is a six-story-high, multimedia-infused glass cube that’s now home to the museum’s famous fin-whale skeleton, which hangs in a diving position from the ceiling. Until now, the building has been under wraps, with mystery mounting as to what shape it was taking under its tightly fitted white tent.” — Los Angeles Times
A landmark project for our Los Angeles office, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is a new iconic presence in Los Angeles and is our latest “must-see” destination. We are thrilled to have played a big role in making the Otis Booth Pavilion as spectacular as it is.