Edward Charles Bassett
Edward Charles "Chuck" Bassett (1922–1999) was an American architect based in San Francisco.
He served as design partner in the San Francisco office of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill for 26 years, from 1955 through his retirement in 1981. He was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member in 1970, and became a full member in 1990.
Bassett's designs include:
- Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, California, 1962–1966
- El Paso Energy Building, originally the Tenneco Building, Houston, Texas, 1963
- 650 California Street, San Francisco, California, 1964
- Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Hawaii, 1965
- Bechtel Building, San Francisco, California, 1967
- Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, 1980
- City Hall, Columbus, Indiana, 1981
- Southeast Financial Center, Miami, Florida, 1983
- Crocker Galleria, San Francisco, California, 1982
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