Overdrive : LA During the period of 1940 to 1990, Los Angeles rapidly evolved into one of the most populous and influential industrial, economic, and creative capitals in the world. Innovations promoted by enlightened patrons and visionary planners and architects transformed an expansive, latent landscape into a vibrant laboratory for cutting-edge design. Overdrive refers to the extraordinary pace and worldwide impact of L.A.'s impressive growth. The term also alludes to the fact that an engine churning at incredible speed may overheat. In the face of complicated civic, socioeconomic, and environmental challenges, L.A. has continued to recalibrate and foster bold new cycles of architectural exploration.
The Experience of Overdrive :
The development of Los Angeles is an intricate system of Interlocking and Layering of people, communities and time.
COMMUNITY MAGNET & CAR CULTURE
ENGINES OF INNOVATION & RESIDENTIAL FABRIC
The "OVERDRIVE : LA is a collaborative projects between Art Center College of Design and the Getty mesum.
Team member: Ken Watanabe, Rachel Chen, Susan Chung, Ying Hsien Yu