Walker & Eisen

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Walker & Eisen was an architectural partnership of architects Albert R. Walker and Percy A. Eisen in Los Angeles, California. Some of their notable buildings include the Fine Arts Building, James Oviatt Building, The Hotel Normandie (Los Angeles), The Platt Building and the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.[1] They are mentioned in the film (500) Days of Summer. Number of their buildings are designated as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments, including the 810 South Spring Street Building (HCM #195).

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