Friday, November 6, 2009

Malaga School (SkyWatch Friday)

The $8.5 million renovation of Malaga School (previously posted here) is almost complete for the main building. It's a building well worth preserving.

1926, Allison and Allison; Olmsted and Olmsted, landscape architects
North of Via Almar at Via Arroyo
"Mediterranean, with a tower that seems to be derived from late-15th or early-16th-century Spanish examples." from An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles by David Gebhard & Robert Winter (Entry #12 out of 25 for Palos Verdes, North).

7 comments:

Lois said...

Definitely and I love that tower!

Evita said...

Neat building!

Thank you for sharing and happy SWF:)

Bemused26 said...

That is a lovely building and a lovely deep blue sky.

Paula said...

That's a beautiful blue sky. I remember that post and how lucky your DH was to have gone to school there. Do we get to see the interior?

marley said...

Very nice indeed!

Gunn White said...

So beautiful, both the architecture and the photo!!

exposemaximum said...

great design