AKA: AAA Club of Southern California, Main Office Building, Los Angeles, CA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Hunt and Burns, Architects (firm); Vermeulen, Alexandre Aurele, Landscape Architect (firm); Silas Reese Burns Jr. (architect); Roland Eli Coate Sr. (architect); Sumner P. Hunt (architect); Alexandre Aurele Vermeulen (landscape architect)

Dates: constructed 1921-1923

3 stories

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2601 South Figueroa Street
Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA 90007

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Building History

A prominent landmark for tourists, the Automobile Club of Southern California Headquarters, designed by architectural firm Hunt and Burns in the Spanish Colonial Revival Style, blended Mediterranean architectural features with modern American materials and conveniences, seen by some as emblematic of a new Californian architecture. Architect Roland E. Coate, Sr., also worked on the project, as did Aurele Vermeulen, who served as Landscape Architect.

PCAD id: 5029