The Daeida Dae Tower
A 50-story building in the Los Angeles area, is inspired by the women who have helped shape this city and ultimately, society. The name of the tower comes from Daeida Hartell, who was responsible for the existence of Hollywood and helped shape the first population of this iconic place.
For the style of the building, Art Deco, came from Eileen Gray, an Irish architect, furniture designer and pioneer of the modern movement in architecture.
Location: Hope & 12 St.
Programs: Revit, Photoshop.