Skirball Cultural Center

Between 1990 and today the Skirball Hebrew Cultural Center in Los Angeles has been constantly growing.

The carved signage includes main building IDs, location IDs, various donor recognition, museum signage and quotations as well as founder recognition.

For the first time an experiment was turned into a new style by carving into structural concrete. The aggregate was exposed though a deep V-groove cut, contrasting with the regular grey of the concrete surace. A color enhancement was applied to bring out the effect.   The same was tried successfully on the interior by cutting shallow U-groove letters into drywall.   The exterior granite was also used for signage.