McKinnon Center at Occidental College
(Los Angeles, CA)

Johnson Hall is a historic academic structure at Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. Designed by Myron Hunt in 1913, Johnson Hall was originally a chapel, but was converted into an academic building in the 1970s. The Mediterranean style building is one of the three historic structures left on the campus. Today it houses the McKinnon Center for Global Affairs.


Architectural Woodwork
Window/Door Restoration
Stenciled Ceiling Restoration
Wood paneling Restoration

Design Team

Historic Architect: Brian R. Bloom Architects 

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