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This striking building in red looks like a floating saucer landing on its four legs The first draft was designed by James Langenheim of Pereira & Luckman and then implemented by a panel of designers and civilengineers led by William Pereira and Charles Luckman, including Paul Williams and Welton Becket.
Pereira & Luckman's 1959 initial concept for the Luckman and Pereira airports was that all passenger car parks and passenger car parks would be linked by a giant glazed cupola that would act as a junction for transport. Ultimately, the size of the map was significantly reduced, and the kiosks were erected elsewhere on the site. The theme building was then erected to commemorate the location of the cupola as a memento of the initial map.
First, the top of the top of the restaurant turned around and gave 360-degree enjoyment to the people. Returned on June 15, 2011. Brought back 2017-09-19. The Theme Building, Los Angeles International Airport. Brought back on November 18, 2008. Steinhauer, Jennifer (April 17, 2010). "The saucer is set to land again in Los Angeles." Brought back on April 17, 2010.
The unusual story of Pereira's themed building. Archives from the originals on 1 March 2013. Returned on March 10, 2013. The Los Angeles Times. Brought back on April 18, 2010. Kreuzer, Nikki "Offbeat L.A. : Sexy Space Age - The The The theme building at LAX", The Los Angeles Beat, 30 mai 2013. LAX icon theme building set for close-up.
2 July 2010. Archives from the orginal on 22 June 2011. Returned on April 7, 2013. "Encounter, LAX Theme Building Restaurants, closing within visual range without a plan." The Los Angeles Times. Archives from the originals on 23 December 2014. Marroquin, Art (11 November 2007). "Cultivated encounter eatery for reopening Monday at LAX."
The Los Angeles Daily News. Brought back on November 11, 2007. Encounter with restaurant & bar: Origin of the encounter and FAQs".