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Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion
(# 136)
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Originally designed in 1960 by architect E. Stewart Williams for the Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan, the iconic bank building was rehabilitated from an office space to gallery space. Original drawings and photographs from Julius Shulman’s photography archive were consulted to help retain the grace and sensitivity of Williams’ Modernist design amid a change of use and occupancy.

Designated as a protected Class I Historic Site by the Palm Springs City Council in 2009, this classic mid-century international style structure is located in the heart of the City of Palm Springs against the backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains. The building is devoted to architecture and design exhibitions, programs, and archive study space, in addition to housing the museum’s growing collection of architecture and design-related works.

Entry exterior
Historic and before
Northwest corner
Basement plan
Historic and before
First floor plan
Teller window
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