Post Modern Architecture in California


This architecture image is a close up view of the Giant Binoculars at the Chiat-Day-Mojo Building in Venice, California.  Designed in the twentieth century post modern style, the Giant Binoculars were designed and constructed between 1985 to 1991.  The architects who were responsbile for the design of this building were Frank O. Gehry, b. 1929, Claes Oldenburg, b. 1929 and Coosje van Bruggen, 1942 – 2009.

The Chiat-Day-Mojo is a commercial office building.  The Eyepieces act as skylights of the interior work spaces which are connected to the conference room.  The Giant Binoculars are constructed of metal and measure approximately 40 feet in height.

This digital image of American architecture comes from the US architecture image collection of Veritas Imaging and can be purchased either as a single image or as part of the American architecture image collection.

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