The three white buildings in the center of the Orange Coast College campus, as it looked in the 1960s, are slated to be demolished under the college’s Vision 2020 plan for campus improvement. The business education, math and classrooms and labs buildings, along with several other structures on the campus, were designed by world-renowned architect Richard Neutra and his associates in the 1950s.

( Courtesy of Costa Mesa Historical, Daily Pilot / July 17, 2014 )

The three white buildings in the center of the Orange Coast College campus, as it looked in the 1960s, are slated to be demolished under the college’s Vision 2020 plan for campus improvement. The business education, math and classrooms and labs buildings, along with several other structures on the campus, were designed by world-renowned architect Richard Neutra and his associates in the 1950s.

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