California Mid-Century Modern: Educational Buildings (page 2)

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Jack Langson Library
University of California
Irvine, CA
Murray Krieger Hall Rowland Hall
Gateway Study Center Humanities Hall
Schneiderman Hall bridge/tunnel
The UC Irvine campus has a number of mid-century buildings including those shown above. The Jack Langson Library and Murray Krieger Hall were designed by William L. Pereira in 1965. Rowland Hall was designed by Kenneth S. Wing in 1969. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

LeConte Elementary School Auditorium
Berkeley, CA
I believe the LeConte Elementary School Auditorium was built in the 1950s. [map]

Cesar E. Chavez Student Center
University of California
Berkeley, CA
The Cesar E. Chavez Student Center at UC Berkeley was designed by Hardison & DeMars and built in 1961. It was originally used as a dining hall and is now a student services center.

University of California
Riverside, CA
Bell Tower Olmsted Hall Sproul Hall University Theatre
Tomás Rivera Library
UC Riverside opened in 1954. The Rivera Library was completed by then. I don't know when the other buildings were built. For more, see this website.

The Bell Tower was designed by Quincy Jones & Frederick E. Emmons. It was dedicated in 1966. The carillon at the top consists of 48 brass bells. Concerts are played throughout the year.