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Photos: All 33 Winners of the 2012 L.A. Architecture Awards
It's official: Here are the winners of the 2012 Los Angeles Architecture Awards.
In their 42nd year, the awards are hosted by the Los Angeles Business Council, and celebrate "a diverse range of innovative architecture and design projects from throughout Los Angeles County that support a livable, beautiful, and economically vibrant region," they explain.
A ceremony was held today at the Beverly Hilton to honor the awardees.
This year's Grand Prize wen to the second phase of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s (LACMA) dramatic transformation project--yes, that lovely art-filled corridor that includes Ray's and Stark Bar. At today's event, LACMA Director Michael Govan delivered the keynote address on the relationship between art and architecture.
Other awardees include The Pointe in Burbank (for Landscape), and the LAPD's new main digs (for Design Concept). Check out all the winners via their photos here.