ARCHITEKT KURT MEYER in LOS ANGELES
Modern Architecture and Structures
Lytton Savings & Loan 1959 at 8150 Sunset Boulevard. Swiss-born and ETH-educated architect Kurt Meyer arrived in California 1949 for new architectural horizons.
Lytton Savings building 1963 Pomona. Some architects create sculptural monuments, others design to serve the client's needs and function of the structure.
Liberty Building 1965 Pico + Beverly.
Brentwood Savings 1965 by architect Kurt Meyer.
Bank branch office 1965 Wilshire Boulevard.
This Lytton Savings & Loan structure was selected for the nationwide Prestressed Concrete Institute award. Architect Kurt Meyer's 1965 building in Canoga Park uses prestressed elements who safely span greater distances under heavy load.
425 Shatto Place office building 1969 Los Angeles.
Meyer + Allen Associates buildings
Farmer's & Merchants Bank 1972 San Pedro.
Century Federal Savings and Loan Association headquarters high-rise office building with multilevel parking structure 1974 at 5th Street in Santa Monica.
The Maple Condominium Towers 1974 Beverly Hills with only four apartments on each floor every home has corner exposure and a balcony or private patio.
Architect Kurt Meyer's 1977 swiss chalet style Hollywoodland Office with garden and lemon trees.
Exxon Headquarters structure 1983 Thousand Oaks.
Red brick at 4221 Wilshire Boulevard 1984 Los Angeles.
Carwash concrete pre-fab 1987 in Thousand Oaks.
Kurt Meyer with wife Pamela. Since 1992 they explored the Himalayas and the artistic Tharu culture of Nepal where the meaning of art is in its creation and the finished product is obsolete.
In 2005 they published a book with historic photos by John Claude White: In the Shadow of the Himalayas - Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal and Sikkim.