Exposition Park Master Plan

Los Angeles, CA
An updated master plan for the 160-acre expanse of the 108-year-old park

Torti Gallas led a team that included Biederman Redevelopment Ventures, MIG Landscape, Consensus, Inc., KPFF Consulting Engineers, Gibson Transportation, and Sapphos Environmental, in the creation of a new Master Plan for the State of California's Exposition Park in Los Angeles. Steeped in history, this iconic space served as the location for the 1932 and 1984 Olympic Games. In 2028, it will once again play a significant role when the Olympics return to the Los Angeles region.

In many ways, Expo Park resembles more of a campus than it does an urban park. In addition to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the park hosts the California Science Center, the California African-American Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, the Exposition Center Aquatic complex, the Alexander Science Elementary School, the Wallis Annenberg building, the new Bank of California Stadium, The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art which is currently under construction. The goal of the Master Plan is to provide a unifying thread to tie together the spaces and the institutions, while adding green space, reducing the dominance of the automobile, and providing a more joyful experience for visitors to the park and its various institutions.  The process began in late 2017 and concluded in late 2020.

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Project Web Site
project data
160 acres
green space and conservation
enhanced landscaping and wayfinding
state-of-the-art design standards
convenient and safe pedestrian transit linkages
easy access and use of amenities
Code Analysis
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Conceptual Architectural Design
Condition Assessment Survey
Master Planning
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