COMMITTEES
HISTORIC RESOURCES COMMITTEE
PHOTO: Tibby Rothman

The AIA|LA Historic Resources Committee (HRC) seeks to raise the awareness and the appreciation for Los Angeles’s exceptional architectural and design heritage, with enhanced access to exemplary historic precedents, and to provide educational resources for their preservation.

RESILIENCE AND THE HISTORIC BUILT ENVIRONMENT

The AIA|LA Historic Resources Committee (AIA|LA|HRC) is pleased to announce its Resiliency Initiative, a multi-year effort to inform and engage the profession in how to preserve and adapt Los Angeles’ cultural resources in light of environmental, economic, and social change. Topics to be covered include: Seismic, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and Economics.  The first of this series brought attention to Mayor Garcetti’s plan to improve Los Angeles’ seismic resiliency.


UPCOMING TOURS

PAST EVENTS
06.22.18
Wilshire Boulevard Temple Tour
Designed By: A.M. Edelman with Allison & Allison, in 1929.

Renovated and Restored By: Brenda A. Levin, FAIA with Levin & Associates Architects, in 2011-2013.

Tour Led By: Brenda A. Levin, FAIA, and Nan Goodman – Archivist/Historian
09.16.18 | 10:00-11:30AM
Second Church of Christ Scientist Turned The Art of Living Foundation Tour
Designed by Alfred H. Rosenheim with Albert C. Martin, built 1907-1910 and designated Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument No. 57 in 1968, the church is considered perhaps Los Angeles’s most imposing Neo-Classical landmark and one of Los Angeles’s most important cultural resources.

COMMITTEE CHAIRS
CHAIR
John Margolis,
AIA
STAFF LIAISON
Natalie Dalton

CREDITS
PHOTO: Banner: Tibby Rothman