SAVE THE STANDARD HOTEL on the SUNSET STRIP
A Legend of the Sunset Strip.
Help us raise funds to “Landmark” the architecture of this iconic hotel so that it is protected for the future.
The Standard Hotel, built in 1962, was originally The Thunderbird Inn by architect Herbert Kameon and later reimagined by hotelier Andre Balazs in 1999. This hotel epitomizes mid-century architecture and is an iconic statement on the Sunset Strip.
Save Iconic Architecture is committed to nominating important structures and usher them through the historical landmarking process where they would otherwise continue to be unprotected and at risk for extinction. This legendary building is currently not landmark protected.
With your help, we can protect and preserve this special architectural gem so that it will live on as a symbol of Los Angeles’ modern architectural history.
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