Berkeley Women's City Club (now the Berkeley City Club)

Julia Morgan
1929-30



A view of the top with bold "Romanesque" buttresses

 

The tower with "Gothic" quatrefoils

 

Details of the lower facade

Morgan was famous for her attention to detail. She was not only responsible for the architectural exterior, but for designing the lighting fixtures, the linens, and china.

 
 

Views of the east side

The large indoor pool occupies the entire east side. Triple-arched windows look from the pool to the outside garden. A terrace is now above the pool which originally had skylights.




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