The two-story recessed vestibule entrance to the Eastern Columbia Building in downtown Los Angeles provides a spectacular example of Art Deco design. This pic shows the beautiful blue and gold terra cotta sunburst that is directly over the entrance doors.
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The 13-story Eastern Columbia Building in downtown Los Angeles is considered one of the best surviving examples of Art Deco architecture in LA. Designed by Claud Beelman and costing $1.25 million, it opened on September 12, 1930. Its award winning renovation in 2006 turned the building into 147 live/work lofts.