“Los Angeles is a schizophrenic city,” says Ernedina Delgadillo, “One that, since its American adoption, has always looked to the future and run from the past.

 

Los angeles the city of dream, has always been about looking into the future and ignoring the history. The scheme however, investigate a part of  history which dwells on LA major housing problem - ‘blighted’ areas. 

The site on which the LA Dodgers Baseball stadium is built, Chavez Ravine, was once home to a thriving Mexican-Amercan community. The displacement of this community prior to the construction of the stadium is controversial. The scheme is situated in an imagined future in which the displaced community win back a right of occupancy, leading to a complex cohabitation within the stadium. 

Chavez Ravine

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