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show stopper projects ace hotel Merging the past and present in a Los Angeles film landmark By kathleen kervin Photography by sPencer lowell The 1920s was was a boom time in Hollywood, marked by a shift by the major film studios to a focus on feature-length movies instead of short films, the first being Warner Bros.' 1927 release of The Jazz Singer. Downtown Los Angeles' United Artists building also opened this year-the flagship theater and adjacent office space built for the film studio founded by artists Mary Pickford, D.W. Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, and Douglas Fairbanks, looking to break apart from the commercial powerhouse studios that were strengthening during this time period. The ornate 13-story property has long 1. The ornate former United Artists building in downtown Los Angeles is now home to the Ace Hotel. 262 2. As a nod to 1920s modernists, original tile work lines the walls of the hotel's restaurant LA Chapter. May 2014 1 2

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Hospitality Design - May 2014
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from the editor
business sense state of the industry
trends millennials
places berlin
places hawaii
interview the trump organization
interview tao group
interview david seargeant
interview valeriano antonioli
5 questions for robert mckinley
profile cecilia dupire
trends rich fabrics
cevisama roundup
hd expo preview
from the show director
roger thomas
conference highlights
an nam
night market elements
the line
renaissance barcelona fi ra
hard rock hotel palm springs
ace los angeles
omni nashville hotel
regent phuket cape panwa
only you hotel & lounge
hyatt atlanta midtown
the royal snail
row nyc
st. cecilia
sophie’s at saks fi fth avenue
herringbone los angeles
old crow smokehouse
ad index
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Hospitality Design - May 2014