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

816 South Grand Avenue 816 S. Grand Avenue

Claud Beelman

1924
Board of Trade Building 111 W. 7th Street

Claud Beelman

1929
Susana Machado Bernard House and Barn 845 S. Lake Street

John Parkinson

1900
Battery John Barlow and Saxton Fort MacArthur 1916
Aline Barnsdall Complex 4800 Hollywood Boulevard

Frank Lloyd Wright

1922
Banning House 401 E. M Street

Phineas Banning

1862
Baldwin Hills Village 5300 Village Green

Clarence Stein|Reginald D. Johnson

1942
Avenel Cooperative Housing Project 2839-2849 Avenel Street

Gregory Ain

1947
Angelus Temple 1100 Glendale Boulevard

Brook Hawkins

1923
Angelus Mesa Branch 2700 W. 52nd Street

Royal Dana

1929

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