Kodak Theatre

Completion Date: Fall 2001

The Kodak Theatre and the surrounding Hollywood and Highland Center became the location for Hollywood’s biggest night every year. Upon its completion, the Kodak Theatre became the permanent home of the Academy Awards. The Kodak Theatre seats over three-thousand people and cost $94 million to complete.

The adjoining Hollywood and Highland Center consists of 640,000 square feet of restaurants and shops. Flannery provided aluminum trims for the exterior of the Kodak Theatre as well as the Hollywood and Highland Center. Several different reveals and trim pieces were utilized to accentuate and contrast the final plaster finish.

Kodak Theatre Exterior 4 - Kodak Theatre

The main entrance to the Kodak Theatre and Hollywood & Highland Center.

Kodak Theatre Mall - Kodak Theatre

A view from the third level of the Kodak Theatre looking down onto the Hollywood & Highland Center.

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