David Martin

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David Martin is Co-founder of Martin Architecture and Design Workshop. He is a former co-chairman of AC Martin and Partners, a 106-year old architecture and engineering firm, based in Los Angeles.

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For many years, Los Angeles City Hall was the tallest building in the city. Now a new tower, Wilshire Grand Center, is taking that title, at 1,099 feet.

The family behind Wilshire Grand

For many years, Los Angeles City Hall was the tallest building in the city. Now a new tower, Wilshire Grand Center, is taking that title, at 1,099 feet.

from Design and Architecture

David Martin is design principal at A.C. Martin, the venerable Los Angeles architecture firm that designed City Hall and the DWP building.

Drone Photography at Wilshire Grand

David Martin is design principal at A.C. Martin, the venerable Los Angeles architecture firm that designed City Hall and the DWP building.

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The character and the landscape of Los Angeles is undergoing a transformation.

Is It Time for Los Angeles to Finally Grow Up?

The character and the landscape of Los Angeles is undergoing a transformation.

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