|Walt Disney Concert Hall (corner of S Grand Ave & 2nd St)|
Perhaps it's because of my childhood enjoyment of Lego bricks that lay the foundation for my continued wonder of architecture when traveling. That wonder continues with the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles and part of the city's Music Center. It is a perfect example of a building that sparks stares, curiosity and diverse comments.
|Concert Hall steps leads to upper lobby.|
|Ground level lobby. Columns shape like tree also serves as air|
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, some of his other well known designs include the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
|Curved walls & walkways lead to the center's amphitheater and park|
|A maze of walkways and stairs.|
|Another tour group heading to the viewing area of Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.|