Fresno City Hall

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Fresno City Hall
Fresno City Hall.JPG
General information
TypeGovernment offices
Architectural stylePost-modern futurism
Location2600 Fresno Street
Fresno, California
Coordinates36°44′22″N 119°47′05″W / 36.7395°N 119.7847°W / 36.7395; -119.7847Coordinates: 36°44′22″N 119°47′05″W / 36.7395°N 119.7847°W / 36.7395; -119.7847
Completed1991
CostUS$28 million
OwnerCity of Fresno
Height
Roof20.21 m (66.3 ft)
Technical details
Floor count5
Floor area300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectArthur Erickson
References
[1][2]

Fresno City Hall is a Post-modern Futurist structure in Fresno, California. The building serves as the seat of city government, and the location of the mayor's office and the Fresno City Council chambers.

The building was designed by Canadian architect Arthur Erickson.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fresno City Hall at Emporis
  2. ^ Fresno City Hall at Structurae
  3. ^ Kiel Famellos-Schmidt (23 May 2009). "Fresno City Hall architect, Arthur Erickson (1924-2009)". ArcHop. Retrieved 8 February 2013.
  4. ^ International Academy of Architecture; Royal Institute of British Architects. (1992). World Architecture, Issues 21-23. London: Grosvenor Press International. p. 43. ISSN 0956-9758.