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The Getty Center is not only a great museum, a masterpiece of architecture by Richard Meier, and a vivid meeting point for calure and communication. It was also conceived as a place in which gardens and other outdoor spaces were as integral to its overall character as the architecture.
Landscape architects Laurie D. Olin and Emmet Wemple shaped the native hilltop and the native environment, lookingto historic precedents as the Alhambra in Granada, Spain, and Villa d’Este in Italy. Robert Irwin designed the Central Garden, conceived as an ecer-changing work of art.

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