Gas Station Design by Kanner Architects

Located in La Brea and Slauson avenues in Los Angeles’s Mid-City neighborhood, the United Oil Gas Station is a combination of the city’s historic love affair with the automobile and today’s modern one-stop shopping spirit of immediate gratification and convenience.


Designed by Kanner  Architects the gas station became a center of attraction for the near-by citizens. Outside it can be seen an extraordinary line metal which is the roof of the small commercial place, but also comes in contact with the car wash.

It’s not very often that you see such a nice gas station. This one is quite unique and artistic. At night, the lights can be seen from far away and during the day the design is enough to impress to impress anyone to passes by. It’s a very ingenious way of attracting costumers.  I would go there just from curiosity and I’m sure that a lot of people do the same.

Published by in Architecture, on December 1st, 2009


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