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Cottages 1, 2, and 3 - 085, 086, 087
Cottages 1, 2, and 3 - 085, 086, 087
Cottages 1, 2, 3 (Bldg 085, 086, 087) Completion Date: 1908 Square Feet: 6,097 Architect: Sellon & Hemmings State Architects Construction System: Wood frame and exterior, composition shingle roof Construction Cost: $24,000 Architectural Style: Bungalow Cal Poly President: Leroy Burns Smith (1908-1914) The style, which was also widely billed as the “California Bungalow” by architects such as Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, featured overhanging eaves, a low-slung gabled roof, and wide front porches framed by pedestal-like tapered columns. Material often included stone, rough-hewn wood, and stucco. Many homes have wide front porches across part of the front, supported by columns.;, fpcp_mp_56
Crandall Gymnasium - 060
Crandall Gymnasium - 060
Crandall Gymnasium (Bldg 060) Completion Date: 1928 Square Feet: 24,034 Architect: Office of the State Architect Construction System: Wood frame, exterior plaster, tile roof Construction Cost: $554,000 Architectural Style: Mission Revival Cal Poly President: Benjamin R. Crandall California was the birthplace of the Mission Revival style, popular from the 1890s to the 1920s. The style was employed extensively throughout the western United States due in large part to the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads adopting this style for their stations. Building named for Dr. Benjamin Crandall - Cal Poly director 1924 - 1933;, fpcp_mp_52
Natatorium - 046
Natatorium - 046
Natatorium (Bldg 046) Completion Date: 1937 Square Feet: 7,955 Architect: Office of the State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $59,000 Architectural Style: Mission Revival Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) California was the birthplace of the Mission Revival style, popular from the 1890s to the 1920s. The style was employed extensively throughout the western United States due in large part to the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads adopting this style for their stations.;, fpcp_mp_53
Cottchett Education Building - 002
Cottchett Education Building - 002
Cotchett Education Building (Bldg 002) Completion Date: 1941 Square Feet: 51,106 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior, tile roof Construction Cost: $14,429,884 Architectural Style: Mission Revival Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) California was the birthplace of the Mission Revival style, popular from the 1890s to the 1920s. The style was employed extensively throughout the western United States due in large part to the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads adopting this style for their stations. Building named for Joseph Cotchett, Cal Poly 1960 (Engr). Graduated from Hastings Law School. Named one of nation's 100 most influential attorneys. Donated to Education funds.;, fpcp_mp_2
Walter F. Dexter Building - Original Construction - 034
Walter F. Dexter Building - Original Construction - 034
Walter F. Dexter Building (Bldg 034) Completion Date: 1948 Square Feet: 37,378 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior, tile roof Construction Cost: $13,522,841 Architectural Style: Mission Revival Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) California was the birthplace of the Mission Revival style, popular from the 1890s to the 1920s. The style was employed extensively throughout the western United States due in large part to the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Railroads adopting this style for their stations. Dexter helped Cal Poly’s president Julian McPhee to get approval and state funding for the new library building, completed in September 1948 and officially named the Walter F. Dexter Memorial Library;, fpcp_mp_36
North Mountain Residence Halls - Buildings 100-104
North Mountain Residence Halls - Buildings 100-104
North Mountain Residence Halls: Shasta Hall - 100 Diablo Hall - 101 Palomar Hall - 102 Whitney Hall - 103 Lassen Hall - 104 Completion Date: 1953 Square Feet: 10,598 each Architect: Allison & Rible Architects Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_57
Engineering South
Engineering South
Engineering South - (Bldg 040) Completion Date: 1954 Square Feet: 21,511 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Steel frame, exterior plaster Construction Cost: $1,016,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_41
Science - 052
Science - 052
Building (Bldg 052) Completion Date: 1955 Square Feet: 109,898 Architect: Allison & Rible Architects Construction System: Concrete, steel & wood frame, concrete exterior Construction Cost: $7,532,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_48
Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering Building & Shop - 008 &                008A
Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering Building & Shop - 008 & 008A
Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering Building (Bldg 008) Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering Shop (Bldg 008A) Completion Date: 1954 - 1955 Square Feet (Building): 8,160 Square Feet (Shop): 49,665 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System (Building): Steel, masonry and wood frame, masonry exterior Construction System (Shop): Steel frame and exterior Construction Cost: $1,567,800 Architectural Style (Building): International Style Architectural Style (Shop): Utilitarian Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences. The term Utilitarian refers to a general lack of detail or ornamentation, the design is purely for a specific use.;, fpcp_mp_12
ARDFA Research Development Center & Aero Hangar - 004
ARDFA Research Development Center & Aero Hangar - 004
ARDFA Research Development Center & Aero Hangar (bldg 004) Completion date (ARDFA): 1947 Completion date (Hangar): 1956 Square Feet (ARDFA): 15,766 Square Feet (Hangar): 14,694 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Steel frame and exterior Construction Cost: $208,000 Architectural Style: Utilitarian Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933 -1966) The term Utilitarian refers to a general lack of detail or ornamentation, the design is purely for a specific use.;, fpcp_mp_8
Engineering East - 020
Engineering East - 020
Engineering East (Bldg 020) Completion Date: 1957 Square Feet: 52,675 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Concrete, steel and wood frame, concrete exterior Construction Cost: 3,472,142 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_25
South Mountain Residence Halls - Buildings 105-110
South Mountain Residence Halls - Buildings 105-110
South Mountain Residence Halls: Trinity Hall - 105 Santa Lucia Hall - 106 Muir Hall - 107 Sequoia Hall - 108 Fremont Hall - 109 Tenaya Hall - 110 Completion Date: 1959 Square Feet: 31,327 each Architect: Office of the State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame, masonry exterior Construction Cost: $711,166 each Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_58
Robert E. Mott Physical Education - 042
Robert E. Mott Physical Education - 042
Robert E. Mott Physical Education (Bldg 042) Completion Date: 1960 Square Feet: 74,640 Architect: Donald Francis Haines Construction System: Concrete and steel frame, concrete exterior Construction Cost: $8,489,137 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences. Building named for Robert A. Mott, Cal Poly Athletic Director -- 1946-1978;, fpcp_mp_42
Alan A. Erhart Agriculture - 010
Alan A. Erhart Agriculture - 010
Alan A. Erhart Agriculture (Bldg 010) Completion Date: 1959 Square Feet: 55,262 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $1,093,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_13
Mathematics and Science - 038
Mathematics and Science - 038
Mathematics and Science (Bldg 038) Completion Date: 1959 Square Feet: 45,356 Architect: Donald Francis Haines, Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $1,112,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_40
Health Center - 027
Health Center - 027
Health Center (Bldg 027) Completion Date: 1960 Square Feet: 13,238 Architect: Donald Francis Haines Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $1,926,929 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_34
Dining Complex - Original Construction - 019
Dining Complex - Original Construction - 019
Dining Complex (Bldg 019) Completion Date: 1961 Square Feet: 60,007 Architect: Office of State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $2,389,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_19
Alex and Fay Spanos Theater - 044
Alex and Fay Spanos Theater - 044
Alex and Fay Spanos Theater (Bldg 044) Completion Date: 1961 Square Feet: 18,854 Architect: Office of the State Architect Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $609,000 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences. Building named for donors Alex Spanos, aerospace engineering alum, entrepreneur and San Diego Chargers owner, and his wife, Faye. Their donations have supported the arts and athletics at Cal Poly.;, fpcp_mp_45
Graphic Arts - 026
Graphic Arts - 026
Graphic Arts (Bldg 026) Completion Date: 1962 Square Feet: 69,324 Architect: Heitschmidt & Thompson and Parks & Davis Architects Construction System: Concrete frame and exterior Construction Cost: $2,093,330 Architectural Style: International Style Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The International style developed in Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. Dominant in Western architecture during the mid 20th century. The most common characteristics are rectilinear forms; light, plane surfaces stripped of applied ornamentation and decoration; open interior spaces and a visually weightless quality created by cantilever construction. Glass, steel and reinforced concrete are the characteristic construction materials. More widely used for commercial and institutional buildings than for residences.;, fpcp_mp_33
Facility Services / Receiving Warehouse - 070
Facility Services / Receiving Warehouse - 070
Facility Services / Receiving Warehouse (Bldg 070) Completion Date: 1961 Square Feet: 30,915 Architect: Office of the State Architect Construction System: Steel frame and exterior Architectural Style: Utilitarian Cal Poly President: Julian A. McPhee (1933-1966) The term Utilitarian refers to a general lack of detail or ornamentation, the design is purely for a specific use. Part used as warehouse.;, fpcp_mp_55

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