PS: A Building by Eric Owen Moss
PS (Pittard Sullivan) is the most recent permutation in Eric Owen Moss's remaking of an obsolescent industrial building in Culver City, California. In three preceding conversions between 1991 and 1997 Moss redesigned the structure as offices (dubbed R1), a house (R2) and a theater (R3). It is now the corporate headquarters of a video and film computer graphics company. James Steele traces the different phases in the building's development, and the contribution Moss has made to transforming the Industrial Hayden Tract in the west of Los Angeles.
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