This old building is not conspicuous from the outside, but when you walk in, you will find that there is a cave. The luxury inside is expressed with the most plain materials 😃: a strong Victorian style building, you can enjoy the whole building in a limited space Exquisite detail elements: exquisite patios, gorgeous dark green wrought iron stairs, stained glass, marble floors, and narrow and ancient elevators. The gorgeous interior decoration will make people feel that going back to a hundred years ago, the transparent light makes the light and shadow of the room constantly change throughout the day 👍🏻.
"Blade Runner" shooting Bradbury Building, the filming location of the movie "Blade Runner", was a century-old building built in 1893. The Victorian-style Bradbury Building looks ordinary in appearance, but you will find a new world when you walk in. The transparent patio, wrought iron elevators, exquisite wrought iron escalators, marble floors, and retro-style chandeliers are beautiful everywhere. The Bradbury Building can be visited for free, but only on the first floor. The second floor and above are still office areas. There is Blue Bottle coffee on the first floor of the building, so you can have a drink by the way.
Limited accessinside the building, but still a great place to visit if you love architecture and it's free!
Two words: Blade Runner. They used this iconic building for a big scene in that film. Step inside and you'll see why the striking design of Bradbury Building's interior is so desirable. Read about the history of its construction outside; it's no less interesting.
Gorgeous venue space and historic building filled with offices now. Worth a visit if you're in the area!
A must see stop if you are in Downtown LA. Don't let the outside stop you from going in. It's AMAZING inside.
Movie magic! This place is so, so beautiful inside. It's probably best known as a set for Bladerunner, but has been used for a bunch of other movies and TV shows. The interior atrium goes all the way up, surrounded by intricate filigree cast-iron staircases and railings. So glad I got to see this place IRL.