THE GETTY CENTER
Richard Meier's Getty Center looks like completely different buildings, depending on your vantage point. You usually see views of the squared-off travertine stone facade or inner fountain, but I love the sensual curves of the main entrance, covered with off-white enameled aluminum panels.
You can't really get a good drive by view of the Getty Center on it's hilltop perch in Brentwood. You have to pay the $15 parking fee, then take the tram up.The museum and architectural tour are free.
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Last updated on July 20th, 2017 at 8:29am MDT