I actually don't mind these designs - which are not too dissimilar from the original Jardin proposal, to be perfectly honest. If I had to nitpick this, I would prefer the southern tower to be flipped 180 degrees so that the towers "point" in opposite directions. With a layout like this, it makes a better cohesive design. And if they were to lop 4-5 stories from the southern tower and put them atop the northern tower, it would have a nice, subtle step down effect from LA Central immediately to the north (which would be more similar to the Jardin design, which had varied heights).
But overall, I think Harvey Ellis Devereaux did a decent job on the design, and did a much better job on the podium design than they did on The Vermont on Vermont and Wilshire (though I think the Jerde Partnership was the design architect on that one). And if the tower portions on this turn out as well as they did on The Vermont, we're in for some nice, respectable towers stretching the skyline further south. If Onni's towers across directly across Flower street go up, we could have a nice little cluster of 30-40 story towers here.
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Against the Day, Thomas Pynchon