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Jerde architecture firm will quit congested Venice for downtown Los Angeles

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A mural by Hugo Ballin, titled “Power," in the lobby at downtown’s CalEdison Building. The historic Art Deco-style office building, formerly known as One Bunker Hill, will house an architecture firm that’s leaving the Venice boardwalk.

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The elevator lobby inside the historic CalEdison Building.

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Windows are reflected on the marble floor into a bright sitting area and coffee bar inside the  CalEdison Building.

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Architecture firm The Jerde Partnership is moving its offices from Venice to the historic Art Deco-style CalEdison Building in downtown L.A.

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In the CalEdison Building, a coffered ceiling rests 30 feet high in the lobby.

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The Fifth Street entrance to the historic CalEdison Building.

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Elevator door detail inside the CalEdison Building.

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The lobby with public entrance and coffee bar inside the historic CalEdison Building.

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The CalEdison building, right, set against the US Bank Tower, left, in Los Angeles.

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Relief panels by Merrell Gage above the entrance to the CalEdison Building, formerly known as One Bunker Hill.

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