The Architecture of RATCLIFF
A Retrospective on 100 Years of Distinguished Architecture
The Architecture of RATCLIFF is a photographic retrospective on 100 years of distinguished architecture. Highlights include photos of architectural landmarks designed by the RATCLIFF firm, including the Oakland Airport Terminal II, the University of California-Berkeley Life Sciences Building, Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Palo Alto, Berkeley City College, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fresno, and many more.
Launch of the book that inspired the exhibit, The Architecture of RATCLIFF, will be announced at a later date. Published by Heyday Books, this extensively researched saga of the Bay Area’s oldest architectural firm is written by Woodruff Minor with photographs by Kiran Singh.
October 1, 2006 – December 31, 2006.
Wednesday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm
Sunday, Noon to 4 pm
Oakland Museum of California café
10th and Oak Streets,
Oakland, CA 94607
Admission to the RATCLIFF exhibit is FREE.
For more information: Liz O’Hara at 510/899-6400 or Mary Tressel at 925/798-9421