An Architectural View of Pasadena City Hall

Designed by John Bakewell & Arthur Brown, Pasadena City Hall was completed on December 27, 1927. With its red tiled roof, ornate fountain, and garden courtyard, Bakewell and Brown were heavily influence by the early Renaissance style of 16th century Italian architect Andrea Palladio. City Hall is a rectangular edifice, with 235 rooms and passageways covering 170,000 square feet.

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