The Capitol Records Building – 1956, designed by Louis Naidorf working for Welton Becket Associates – is a Hollywood landmark – a circular thirteen-story office tower with a tall spike up top. It was designed to look like a stack of records on a turntable. But it’s being buried. All the blocks around it are now being filled with taller and more modern buildings – the severely geometric "1800 Vine" across the street – the zigzag balconied Argyle...
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