Back in April we took a sneak peak at CO Architects’ $107 million renovation of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County’s 1913 building. The project is finally done, and includes major seismic and structural upgrades, new exhibit installation, as well as the uncovering of original details like the ceramic-tiled exterior dome; an original stained glass skylight; and original marble walls. The museum re-opened a couple weeks ago, but only now released a whole batch of great pictures (courtesy of Tom Bonner). And they’re worth looking at. We especially appreciate the floating
dinosaurs animals hung from the ceiling via carefully placed wires just below large skylights. Enjoy!
Correction: The title of this post was originally “Floating Dinosaurs, Etc in LA.” There are in fact no dinosaurs pictured in the exhibit.