Looking up from the main floor of the Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles. Commissioned by a mining millionaire named Lewis Bradbury and completed in 1893, the building’s modest exterior belies its intricate Victorian courtyard (covered by a glass ceiling), two open cage elevators, ornate iron railings, and marble stairs. The building was used extensively in the filming of Bladerunner (1982).
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