The focus of this studio was to envision a new future for Exposition Park and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Exposition Park is currently underutilized and suffers from a lack of a clear organization and identity. The Coliseum has a strong history, hosting both the 1932 and 1984 Olympics (the only venue in the world to host two Olympic Games) but is becoming obsolete. The design of the seating bowl is inadequate by today's standards, and the Coliseum lacks the facilities and private boxes befitting a top 25 NCAA football program. Under the guidance of Dan Meis, senior principle at Populous, and Greg Otto, senior principle at Buro Happold, this studio will design a major remodel to the Coliseum and serve as an idea engine for public and university officials seeking to enliven Exposition Park.