Julius Shulman-Robinson's Dept. Store - Pereira, Luckman & Loewy
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Photographer:  Julius Shulman

Subject:  Robinson's Department Store

Location:  Beverly Hills, California

Architect:  Pereira & Luckman

Job:  1212

Assignment:  Raymond Loewy

STRIKING ARCHITECTURE AND SOPHISTICATED SMARTNESS (Los Angeles Times)

Robinson's Beverly Hills opened on Feb. 13, 1952. Robinson's Beverly Hills was built at a cost of $6 million.The architect-engineers were Charles O. Matcham, Charles Luckman and William Pereira, an L.A. architect who also designed the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art complex and CBS' Television City. Raymond Loewy and Associates, designers of the Lucky Strike logo and the  Sears Coldspot refrigerator designed  the interiors. Florence Yoch and Lucile Council designed the gardens.

Gelatin Silver Print: Unframed: 16" x 20"  (40.6 x 50.8 cm).
Shulman's studio stamp and handwritten job number in pensil on verso.
Signed on verso in pencil by Julius Shulman at his Hollywood Hills Studio. 

Image is in Excellent Condition except for small handling marks near one edge. Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as an opinion and the condition statement does not imply that this photograph is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfection or the effects of aging.

This Julius Shulman image came from Shulman's Hollywood Hills studio.

  • Item #: Job: 1212

Julius Shulman-Robinson's Dept. Store - Pereira, Luckman & Loewy

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