Fine Arts Building

Designed and built in 1926 by architects Albert Raymond Walker and Percy Augustus Eisen, the 12-story Fine Arts building was, and continues to be, a unique structure in the downtown Los Angeles area due to its Romanesque Revival style. The structure was originally built to provide working areas for artisans who could design and display their work in the lobby. The lobby is adorned with tile by famed artist, Ernest Batchelder.

On April 17 in 1974, the Fine Arts Building was designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Today, the building is used for commercial office space. It is still considered a significant display of expertise architecture, painting, and sculpture.

Spectra Company was hired to complete terra-cotta, bronze sculpture and fountain restoration.

Scope of Work

Fountains • Sculptures • Terra-Cotta

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