Los Angeles

Los Angeles architecture is an eclectic mix of Mission, Craftsman, Spanish Colonial Revival, Art Deco, and Moderne.

Claud Beelman

Claud Beelman was a prominent Los Angeles architect, known especially for the Eastern Standard Building and the Garfield Building. In addition to some Beaux-Arts buildings, his Art Deco and Moderne work helps define the Los Angeles look.

More Los Angeles buildings

Queen Anne Cottage, LA Arboretum 301 N Baldwin Avenue

Albert A. Bennett

1884
Wiltern Theatre 3780 Wilshire Boulevard

Stiles O. Clements and G. Albert Lansburgh

1931
Bradbury Building 304 South Broadway

George H. Wyman

1892
Coca-Cola Building 1200 South Central Avenue

Robert V. Derrah

1939
Lemberger-Sigler House 2800 Manitou Avenue 1896
Randy's Donuts 805 West Manchester Avenue 1953
Los Angeles City Hall 200 North Spring Street

Austin Parkinson and Martin

1928
Library Tower 633 West Fifth Street

Pei Cobb Freed and Partners

1987
Elk's Lodge 99 607 Park View Street

Curlett and Beelman

 

1923
Fox Plaza 2121 Avenue of the Stars

Scott Johnson, Bill Fain, William L. Pereira

1985

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