American Post Modern Architecture

Chiat-Day-Mojo Building-Venice-Beach-California

Name:   Chiat-Day-Mojo Building

View:   West face of the South Wing, with seemingly randomly-placed copper-clad, squared columns, which support the roof.

Architect(s):   Frank O. Gehry (1929 – )

Location:   Venice, California, USA

Date:   1985 – 1991

Architecture Style:   20th century Post Modern Style.

Catalogue No.   ZU09960

A second close up view of the Giant Binoculars at the Chiat-Day-Mojo Building in Venice, California. This architectural image shows the south wing, west face detail of the columns of the Chiat-Day-Mojo building, a commercial office building in Venice, California, U.S.A. This 20th Century American post modern architecture was built between 1985 to 1991, and designed by the architects Frank O. Gehry, b. 1929, Claes Oldenburg, b. 1929 and Coosje van Bruggen, 1942 – 2009.

The building structure shown in the image consists of flat plate concrete framing with height restrictions and copper cladding. For another photograph of the Chiat-Day-Mojo building, please see our previous posting on, Post Modern American architecture.

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