Revamped #9 School in Central L.A. Rocks

 - Jan 1, 2009   Updated: Jul 6 2011
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Well, LA-de-dah! Some Central L.A. high school students will be hitting the computers in this fantastic new building this fall. Austrian architects Coop Himmelb(l)au designed the edifice for this school for visual and performing arts. 1,800 artsy-fartsy kids will be able to fill the school with the arts. It has everything, including its own icon: a ramp that looks like the #9, thus giving the school a brand.

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