The Union Bank of California Tower is an 82 m (269 ft), 15-story office building completed in 1969 in downtown Portland, Oregon. The tower was designed by the firm of Anshen and Allen of San Francisco in the International-style, with a strong presence on Broadway. The most prominent feature of the Union Bank of California are its exposed service cores, clad in light gray slate with a greenish tint. It is said that the slate was quarried from the same area in Wales as the stone used in Stonehenge.
Copyright: CC 3.0