Ki Suh Park dies at 80; architect helped rebuild L.A. after riots
Los Angeles Times
23 January 2013
Photo: Los Angeles Times / October 8, 2003
Ki Suh Park (B.A Arch '57) died on January 26 at Stanford University Medical Center after battling with pancreatic cancer for four years. After earning his undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley Park also earned degrees in architecture and city planning at MIT. In 1961 he was hired by Gruen Associates and built a reputation of perfectionism and high standards. Park has also worked on Rebuild L.A. after the riots, 105 Freeway, Segerstrom Concert Hall, and planning for the Metro Gold and Orange lines. His commitment to the community also spanned a variety of organizations including: Natural History Museum, the Korean American Museum in Koreatown, the California Community Foundation, among other civic organizations.