What makes it a Voyadi Spot?
The Edison is called "the living history in Downtown Los Angeles". It is meticulously designed by Andrew Meieran, real estate developer and moviemaker, with love for history and drive for creative and physical exploration. The Edison is a perfect blend of many styles including Victorian (1837-1901), Art Deco (1920s and 1930s), Art Nouveau (1890s), and Gothic (1920's). As Andrew described why he chose this location, "I wanted someplace that could have been in the world of Blade Runner. I wanted a romantic and nostalgic space that looked back at the exuberance of the past (1920s) as well as the future of technology and invention. This place was a perfect mixture of Jules Verne, industrial decay; a peek into the past with a hint of their vision of the future." In addition to the Edison, Andrew also rehabilitated and restored Clifton's Cafeteria, a legendary eatery from the 1930s.