Harbor UCLA Medical Center

Like so many public works buildings in Southern California, this one is neither aesthetic nor interesting in its architecture but simply utilitarian. Predominantly white and rectangular on the outside, the 570-bed hospital serves a dual purpose: to treat its patients and to teach its medical students, hailing from UCLA. Inside, it is as utilitarian as the outside: linoleum floors and pale colors of gray, blue, and mauve make up for the minimal decor.

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