2:14pm | Architect Giacomo Gastagnola and James Rojas of Streetsblog Los Angeles have recently created the world’s largest interactive city diorama right here in Long Beach. Measuring 40 feet by 30 feet and 10 feet high, the diorama includes hundreds of small and large one inch scale buildings made from recycled materials, an area to lie underneath Rainbow Harbor, a graffiti wall inside a model of Signal Hill, and many other interactive features.
The diorama is located at The Collaborative, 421 West Broadway. For more information, visit The Collaborative’s website.
For James Rojas’ full story on the diorama at Streetsblog Lost Angeles, click here.
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