Julia Morgan

Julia Morgan designed beautiful homes and institutional buildings all over California.

Julia Morgan

Julia Morgan (1872 - 1957) designed institutional buildings, churches, and residences all over the San Francisco Bay area.

Born in San Francisco in 1872, she attended the University of California at Berkeley, studied architectural design with Bernard Maybeck, and in 1902 she received a degree in architecture from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, the first woman to do so.

Sun, 06/15/2008

More Julia Morgan buildings

Chinatown Women's YWCA Residence Hall 940-50 Powell Street

Julia Morgan

Watt House 36 Presidio Terrace

Julia Morgan

1911
Japanese YWCA 1830 Sutter Street

Julia Morgan

1930
Alvarez House 75 Yerba Buena

Julia Morgan

1927
Bonfils House 3320 Baker Street

Julia Morgan

1927
Native Daughters of the Golden West 500 Baker Street

Julia Morgan

1928
Drown House 4455 Anza Street

Julia Morgan

1927
50 Scenic Way 50 Scenic Way

Julia Morgan

1922
The Heritage (Ladies Protection and Relief Society) 3400 Laguna Street

Julia Morgan

1925
Suppo Apartments 2423 Polk Street

Julia Morgan

1925

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