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Filtered on: #WilliamPereira > showing 6 comments covering 100 days
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The Restaurant Inside LA's Space Age Theme Building Has Closed


The #ThemeBuilding for the #LA Airport was opened in 1961 and designed by the #architect #WilliamPereira the original design for the airport in 1959 had all the terminal buildings and parking structures connected to a huge glass dome, which would serve as a central hub for traffic circulation.
&Rob 2014-01-23  



Architect #WilliamPereira on the #UCSD campus.
&Rob 2017-10-28  


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#Transamerica building in !SanFrancisco


The #Transamerica building was commissioned by Transamerica CEO John (Jack) R. Beckett, with the claim that he wished to allow light in the street below. Built on the site of the historic Montgomery Block, it has a structural height of 260 m (850 ft) and has 48 floors of retail and office space and remains the tallest building in San Francisco today.

Construction began in 1969 and finished in 1972, oversee by its #architect #WilliamPereira

&Rob 2014-01-23  


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#ThemeBuilding LA Airport


Cool blue lights on this iconic #LA building. #architect : #WilliamPereira
&Rob 2014-01-23  


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#UCSD Library in #SanDiego


The library was designed in the late 1960s by #architect #WilliamPereira to sit at the head of a canyon. William Pereira & Associates prepared a detailed report in 1969 and originally conceived of a steel-framed building, but this was changed to reinforced concrete to save on construction and maintenance costs. This change of material presented an opportunity for a more sculptural design.
&Rob 2014-01-23  


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#ThemeBuilding LA Airport


The appearance of the building as a single homogenous structure is a cleverly constructed illusion. The building's two crossed arches actually consist of four steel-reinforced concrete legs that extend approximately 15' above the ground, and a hollow, stucco-covered steel truss constituting the remaining lower arches and entire upper arches. To avoid changing the appearance of the structure with overt reinforcement, the Theme Building was retrofitted with a tuned mass damper to counteract earthquake movements. #WilliamPereira #architecture 1961
&Rob 2014-01-24  


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