AKA: Signal Oil Building, Los Angeles, CA; Havenstrite Building, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Walker and Eisen, Architects (firm); Percy Augustus Eisen (architect); Burt William Johnson (sculptor); Albert Raymond Walker (architect)

Dates: constructed 1927

811 West 7th St.
Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 90017-3408

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Building History

The Fine Arts Building was also known as the Global Marine Building in 1980.

Building Notes

The Batchelder Tile Company produced the ceramic figures on the interior; Burt Johnson executed interior bronze sculptures and exterior sculptures; Art figures: Kendall and Delaney; Cabinet work: Commercial Fixture Company; Colton cement: Oro Grande Lime and Stone Company; Common brick: Simons Brick Company; Decorating: Heinsbergen Decorating Company; Elevator accessories: Randall Control and Hydrometric Corporation; Elevator motors: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Elevators, furnished and installed: Llewellyn Iron Works; Hardware: Earle Hardware Manufacturing Company; Heating systems: Illinois Engineering Company; Lighting fixtures; The Meyberg Company; Ornamental iron, bronze and hollow metal doors: A. J. Bayer Company; Panel boards and main switchboards: Diamond Electrical Manufacturing Company; Plumbing fixtures: Washington Iron Works; Structural steeel fabricated and erected: Llewellyn Iron Works; Terra-cotta and hollow tile: Gladding, McBean and Company;

PCAD id: 1854