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J. Marx Ayres, George W. Coleman, Isamu Philip Furukawa, Frank Gruys, Howard Raymond Lane, Charles Irving Luckman Sr., William Leonard Pereira

Active 1950-1958

Building Notes

This prolific architecture and engineering firm headed by William Pereira (1909-1985) and Charles Luckman (1909-1999) was headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. Charles Luckman was previously President of Lever Brothers, the American subsidiary of the Anglo-Dutch firm, Unilever. Lever Brothers was then a leading producer of soap and other hygiene products.

PCAD id: 24

Chrysler Corporation, Sales and Service Training Center, Anaheim, CA1958
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), Television City, Fairfax District, Los Angeles, CA1951-1952Los AngelesCA
Farmers and Stockmens Bank, Headquarters, Washington Street and 50th Street, Camelback East Village, Phoenix, AZ1950-1951PhoenixAZ
Hilton Hotels Corporation, Berlin Hilton, West Berlin, GermanyWest Berlin
Madison Square Garden #4, Midtown, Manhattan, New York, NY1968New YorkNY
Marineland of the Pacific, Recreation and Education Complex, Long Point, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA1953-1954Rancho Palos VerdesCA
Pereira and Luckman Offices #1, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), General Plan, Westchester, Los Angeles, CA1928Los AngelesCA
Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Theme and Arch Building, Westchester, Los Angeles, CA1957-1961Los AngelesCA
Robinson's, J.W., Department Store, Beverly Hills, CA 1950-1952Beverly HillsCA
Robinson's, J.W., Department Store, Palm Springs, CA1958Palm SpringsCA
Robinson's, J.W., Department Store, Pasadena, CA1958PasadenaCA
Santa Barbara College, Second Campus, Plan #2, Santa Barbara, CA1953Santa BarbaraCA
United States Government, Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Boulder Laboratory, Boulder, CO1952BoulderCO
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Medical Center, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1955Los AngelesCA
University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Master Plan, Santa Barbara, CA1953-1958Santa BarbaraCA
WED Enterprises, Disneyland, Master Plan #1, Anaheim, CA1952-1953AnaheimCA
American Architects Directory 1962, 745, 1962. American Architects Directory 1962, 544, 1962. American Architects Directory, 1956, 590-591, 1955. Barrier, Michael, Animated Man: A Life of Walt Disney, 235-269, 2007. "Oceanarium for Los Angeles", Architectural Forum, 100: 1, 45, 1954-01. "The Record Reports", Architectural Record, 122: 6, 260, 12/1957. "Robinson's Beverly Hills", Arts and Architecture, 4/1952. "L.A. chapter names Luckman Man of Year", Los Angeles Times, part X: 2, 4/14/1974. "Good Design Exhibit Nears", Los Angeles Times, D6, 6/28/1953. Oliver, Myrna, "Architect Charles Luckman dies", Los Angeles Times, B1, B8, 1/27/1999. "Luckman, Albert John obituary (father of architect, Charles Luckman)", Los Angeles Times, section A: 19, 1/7/1973. "Architect Luckman elected Freedom Foundation leader", Los Angeles Times, part VIII: 8, 3/30/1986. Easton, Mary, "The Death of Marineland", Los Angeles Times Magazine, 6-10, 08/09/1987. Mid-Century Architecture in America, 40, 1961. Eckardt, Wolf Von, "Pereira & Luckman and J.E. Stanton; Robert W. Ditzen, Associate Architect", Mid-Century Architecture in America, 88, 1961. "P/A Annual Design Survey for 1954 and first Design Awards Program Commerce", Progressive Architecture, XXXV: 1, 88-89, 01/1954. Shepherd, Roger, Structures of Our Time, 136-141, 2002. "Warmth and Order for a New University Campus", Western Architect and Engineer, 221: 1, front cover, 1, 18-21, 01/1961. "Luckman, Charles", Who's Who in California, 1973, 84-85, 1973.