Two California Plaza

BOMA Building of the Year 1997 & 2001 — Standing tall at 52 stories on top of Bunker Hill, mechanically fastened Brazilian granite reflects a green hew upon the street below. Precision fabrication is apparent in the radial cubic “keyholes” as well as the large format radiused polished panels in the cavernous lobby. Massive use of stone pavers surrounds the site and connects with the flow of material into the interior public spaces. Also included, fifty-five floors of lavatory tops – fabricated and installed.

Location / Region

Los Angeles, CA

Date Completed



Hathaway Dinwiddie

Type of Project


Services Provided

Design Build/ Design Assist, Dimensional Stonework, Mechanically Fastened Stone, Stone Paving