Architecture of the Getty Center

For 32 months, in 1993 and 1994, I was a staff architect for Richard Meier, working on the “Museum of the Century”. I worked primarily on the Center for the Arts and Humanities, a radial building with a million volume library. While I did not design the center, I did detail a significant portion of this huge structure.

The drawings shown here are examples of my work on the building, which quickly became the shining star of this incredible billion dollar endeavor.