Adamson Associates, Inc. is the Executive Architect for the Broad Public Spaces, located adjacent to the Broad Museum in Los Angeles. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with landscape architect Walter Hood, the project transforms a 24,000 sf mid-block parcel of land into a pedestrian-friendly public plaza. The space includes an elevated park that connects to a restaurant and a food market.
The park includes a bosque – formed from large specimen trees – that provides a shading canopy, and a lawn for outdoor performances and events. A variety of seating areas offer ample opportunity for visitors to sit in natural surroundings and reflect on the impressive collection of contemporary art that is on display in the museum.
Photos by Mark Boster, courtesy of Hood Design.