Remembering David Gray, an architect who significantly enriched the urban fabric of Los Angeles

David Lawrence Gray, who passed away on December 19 at the age of 83, was an important figure in Los Angeles architecture who left behind a body of work that deserves recognition and gratitude.

David was a dear friend and mentor whom I revered as my “big brother.” Working from his eponymous downtown firm, David Lawrence Gray Architects, he was a generous boss and colleague, a long-time educator at University of Southern California (USC). Confident yet modest, David was not a self-promoter although he connected deeply with people. He let his buildings perform for him: his design prowess with cast-in-place concrete was breathtaking, and his

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