Coca-Cola Building (Los Angeles)
View from corner
|Location||1200-1334 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles, California|
|Area||Downtown Los Angeles / South Los Angeles|
|Architect||Robert V. Derrah|
|Architectural style(s)||Streamline Moderne|
|Designated||February 5, 1975|
The Coca-Cola Building is a Coca-Cola bottling plant modeled as a Streamline Moderne building designed by architect Robert V. Derrah with the appearance of a ship with portholes, catwalk and a bridge from five existing industrial buildings in 1939 . It is located at 1334 South Central Avenue in Los Angeles, California. It was designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument Number 138 on 5 Feb 1975 . It is often referred to as the Coke Building.
- Los Angeles Department of City Planning (November 15, 2010). "Historic - Cultural Monuments (HCM) Listing: City Declared Monuments" (PDF). Los Angeles, CA: City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 2011-02-12. Cite journal requires
- "Historical Coca-Cola Buildings". The Coca-Cola Company. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
- "Designed in 1939 by Robert V. Derrah, Los Angeles's Streamline Moderne Coca-Cola Bottling Plant affects an oceanliner, complete with a flying bridge, promenade deck and portholes. The shell was built around four older buildings, 04/07/05, LC-DIG-pplot-13725-01342 (digital file from LC-HS503-470)". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
- "Coca-Cola Building > Downtown Los Angeles Walking Tour > USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences". dornsife.usc.edu. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
- Marian Moffett, Michael W. Fazio, Lawrence Wodehouse. A world history of architecture. McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003. ISBN 0-07-141751-6, ISBN 978-0-07-141751-8. Coca-Cola Bottling Plant in Chapter 15 Art Deco, page 499 and Figure 15.42. Google books
- No. 138 - Coca-Cola Building. Big Orange Landmarks. Exploring the Landmarks of Los Angeles, One Monument at a Time. Several external views plus one interior picture.
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