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  • Moe Taylor

    Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles shapes his architecture models with paper explosion of convex, concave planes stainless steel clad, shines and reflects Frank Gehry was sued for creating temperature of building across the street to increase by 15 degrees had to sand sheen off to create less reflectection

  • Kimberly

    The iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall, located in Downtown Los Angeles, is the 4th hall of the Los Angeles Music Center (1 of the 3 largest performing arts centers in the country). Designed by Frank Gehry, construction began in 1993, after Lillian Disney—Walt Disney’s widow—donated $50 million. Completed in 2003, it's one of the most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world. With a 2,265-person capacity, the Hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale.

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