|location||California, Culver City|
This project, housing a division headquarters for the Kodak Company, was the first project built in Central Los Angeles after the 1992 riots. It consists of a raised building on columns that ties together three existing buildings into a type of campus. This vertical separation provides a measure of security, as well as a shaded gathering space for the employees. At a few points along the very linear fašade, the architecture almost spontaneously transforms into sculpture, creating outdoor courtyards. Of these outdoor sculptures, the south end is accessible to the public by using the stairs.