William L. Pereira Photos

William L. Pereira (1909-1985) is best known for the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, the Geisel Library at the University of California San Diego & the master plan & buildings of the University of California at Irvine.

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Transamerica Pyramid. San Francisco, CA.People enjoy sunshine at base of Transamerica Pyramid. San Francisco, CA.Transamerica Pyramid & Columbus Tower seen from Columbus. San Francisco, CA.Union Square column & old St. Francis Hotel with its new Tower behind. San Francisco, CA.
Transamerica Pyramid (1972) (48 floors) (600 Montgomery St.). San Francisco, CA. Architect: William L. Pereira & Assoc..People enjoy sunshine at base of Transamerica Pyramid. San Francisco, CA.Transamerica Pyramid & Columbus Tower seen from Columbus. San Francisco, CA.Union Square column & old St. Francis Hotel (1904 & 7) with its new Tower (1971) (32 floors) behind. San Francisco, CA. Architect: William L. Pereira & Assoc..
Citicorp Center with entrance through former London Paris National Bank. San Francisco, CA.Geisel Library at University of California at San Diego. La Jolla, CA.Support structure details of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.Sculpted windows of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.
Citicorp Center (1984) with entrance through former London Paris National Bank (1910 by Albert Pissis) (43 floors) (Sutter & Sansone Streets). San Francisco, CA. Architect: William L. Pereira & Assoc..Geisel Library (1970) at University of California at San Diego (UCSD). La Jolla, CA. Architect: William L. Pereira.Support structure details of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.Sculpted windows of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.
Cantilevered supports of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.611 Place over Pacific Center. Los Angeles, CA.Los Angeles International Airport Theme Building. Los Angeles, CA.
Cantilevered supports of Geisel Library at UCSD. La Jolla, CA.611 Place (1967) (42 floors) (611 West 6th St.) over Pacific Center. Los Angeles, CA. Architect: William L. Pereira & Assoc..Los Angeles International Airport Theme Building (1958). Los Angeles, CA. Architect: Pereira, Williams & Becket.

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