Tower of Hope
The second piece designed by Neutra for the church was this tower containing offices and smaller rooms for the more day-to-day operations of a church. Once again using vertical elements, like columns and windows oriented upright, the building seems much taller than it is. Topping off the tower is distinctive illuminated cross that can be seen around most of Orange County at night. (2017)
Architect: Richard Neutra
Type: Religious Institution
Address: 13281 Chapman Ave
City: Garden Grove
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