(c. 1926) National
Los Angeles Cultural Monument
provided on-call design services for the Shrine Auditorium. The
initial project was the seismic strengthening of the decorative
plaster ceiling designed to resemble a tent in the open air.
The project included restoration of the ceiling by stabilizing,
repairing and conversation style touch up to the existing water
damage and holes. Several subsequent projects have included improvements
to the convention center and reestablishing the historic color palette
of the structure.