[Via Flickr user Xyle]
It's been a busy week for the Bona: LAist.com calls it a postmodern masterpiece. "The architect wanted to separate the building from the rest of the city by making itself a miniature city of its own....[the building gives] views of the surrounding city rather than itself, using reflection to separate the hotel from downtown Los Angeles." Other bloggers also happened to chime in this week: "On some level this is a monstrosity, a five tubed, metal and glass paean to all that was wrong in the 1970s, including the outside glass elevators made famous by The Towering Inferno," a post resulting in this comment: "The Disney Concert Hall and the Westin Bonaventure are both eye-popping implants unrelated to the rest of the city, each a world unto itself in a city with too many self-contained worlds. The Westin is especially typical, its round towers like so many middle fingers raised to its neighborhood."
Via Flickr user Eekthree:
· LA's Mutation of Space [LAist.com]