Its design crafted to adapt to the dramatic hillside location with its sweeping ocean views, the campus' "front door" is an open meadow that stretches from the Pacific Coast Highway to the main core of campus.
Whittier’s Rose Hills Memorial Park is the largest cemetery in the United States, covering hundreds of acres and encompassing many different memorial environments.Among its many buildings and landscaped areas are two remarkable Mid-Century Modern-style buildings designed by Albert C. Martin and Associates.
Sakai-Kozawa Residence/Tokio Florist, 2018. Photo by M. Rosalind Sagara/L.A. Conservancy
The Sakai-Kozawa Residence/Tokio Florist and Pole Sign is Historic-Cultural Monument #1198. The property is significant for its association with the Sakai-Kozawa family and their longtime floral business, Tokio Florist, which operated at this location from 1960 to 2006.
This cube-like, glass-skin skyscraper designed by Albert C. Martin & Associates, is sheathed entirely in reflective glass that reflects the sky - the effect is overwhelmingly blue, earning it the nickname “The Blue Cube.”
Front facade, as seen in recent real estate promotional materials, Essex and Harvey, Coldwell Banker Previews International