The city of Los Angeles is known for many things; celebrities, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and much more. Yet, as one walks down its iconic streets, it is impossible to miss some of the beautiful architecture that makes the city unique. City Hall, Bullock’s Wilshire, and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum are just a handful of magnificent buildings designed by architect John Parkinson. Within his lifetime, one extraordinary architect had a hand in many of the city’s most beloved iconic landmarks and yet he has been almost forgotten – until now.
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