This is the LA Times’ historic “Globe Lobby” from the original building’s 1935 design. Standing in the lobby feels like you’re visiting a solemn shrine to the greatest traditions of journalism.
The lobby transports you to another time, and reminds you that a journalist comes from a noble lineage and with a solemn duty to act as the fourth estate.
The building is located at 1st and Spring streets in downtown Los Angeles. The lobby is open to the public.