The distinctive Spanish Renaissance design of the Beverly Hills Civic Center dates back to 1932, a dramatic and striking icon for an equally impressive and classy city. In 1981, the city commissioned an updated design that would integrate a larger building, placed next to the original ones.
A design by Urban Innovations Group, which successfully combined a post-modern Spanish Art-Deco motif with the existing historic one, was chosen for the project. The Beverly Hills Civic Centre still functions as a part of the municipal government, and in addition to its distinctive design, also includes colonnades, promenades, stairways, balconies, and both open and enclosed spaces.
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