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    Can you guess this mystery airport #restaurant? Hint: It happens to be one of 10 best US airport restaurants... Ok fine, we'll just tell you. It's the ENCOUNTER restaurant at LAX! #LosAngeles #travel

    Paul R. Williams was one of the most well known 20th Century African American architects. Early in his career, Williams designed mostly houses, but in the 1950s and 1960s he designed some of the most distinctive public buildings in Los Angeles. Williams’s best-known building is probably the Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport, which he designed with William Pereira.

    Terminal One, the Los Angeles International Airport

    LAX Theme building in 1967 - an example of Mid-Century Modern Architecture known as "Googie" or "Populuxe." The distinctive white building resembles a flying saucer that has landed on its four legs. Designed by a team of architects and engineers headed by William Pereira and Charles Luckman, that also included Paul Williams and Welton Becket. The initial design of the building was created by James Langenheim, of Pereira & Luckman.

    Los Angeles

    Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles.

    #travelcolorfully the last stop before the airport

    Ray gun gothic - googie architecture

    Green Leaf Art 'Los Angeles' Wall Art available at #Nordstrom

    LAX - Los Angeles International Airport

    LAX - Los Angeles Airport

    Los Angeles, California

    Encounter Restaurant at LAX.

    Solvang, Ca. An adorable Danish community that feels like a movie set or like you've walked into another country. About 120 miles from Los Angeles.

    The Getty Center, Los Angeles.

    Capitol Records building in Hollywood; iconic mid-century Los Angeles architecture

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