An Unusual Architecture Of A Mall

The shady and intimate courts, Spanish towers, Moroccan arches, white washed facades, and simple tiled roofs typify the architectural ambiance of this recreated Andalusian village, as it was described by Exline Design. It’s a very unique architecture design for a shopping mall in Irvine, California.

I recognized the style of the architecture as soon as we walked in this section of the mall. While having coffee at the Starbucks in the mall, I did a Google search on my iPhone find out the background of the architecture.

Wikipedia explains, “The unusual architecture of the property is based on the Alhambra in GranadaSpain, figuring most prominently in the center’s second phase.”

WPC: Structure


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