21. September 2018
The LINE Hotel in Los Angeles, originally built in 1964, got a renewal by Sean Knibb
Where decades of Korean, Latino, and American heritage collide to define a new Los Angeles experience. Together with designer Sean Knibb, the LINE Hotel, originally built in 1964, embraces its mid-century bones and culturally rich neighborhood to create an inspiring boutique hotel experience. A place of community and gathering, the LINE LA’s lobby welcomes travelers and neighbors alike. Between locally crafted dishes, a shop locally-curated by art and design collective Poketo, and nightlife vibes designed by the Houston Brothers, the LINE delivers a rich, layered, urban experience unlike any other in Los Angeles. Located right between Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles with views of Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood sign, Koreatown is unlike any other neighborhood in Los Angeles. An intersection of LA culture and decades of Korean and Latino heritage, K-town, as it’s known, is one of LA’s few 24-hour neighborhoods and home to some of the best late night BBQ joints and karaoke bars. Since its opening in 2013, the LINE LA has been at the forefront of a renaissance as this 3-sq. mile section of LA has become a destination for urban explorers and creatives, near and far.
Images: Adrian Gaut