Thomas Espinos, B.Arch ’20

  • SP.20
  • Level: undergraduate
  • Discipline: Architecture
  • Instructor: Mary Casper

In its struggle for identity, Los Angeles has forged its own truths by twisting and stretching its architecture to reflect the ideals of a time that never was. What could be considered grotesque historical imitations have not only become the norm, their deeply rooted affiliation to the growth of the city has transformed them into valuable artifacts—artifacts that will in their turn be distorted and altered, drowning future generations in their own romanticized visions of the past.

See more at: https://expo.uscarch.com/undergraduate-expo/neo-spolia/