Architectural Sites: Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University, affectionately called LMU, is more than a top notch school from which to receive a degree; it is home to an eclectic architectural mix that houses Mediterranean Revival, Spanish Renaissance and Post Modern style buildings on its 142-acre campus. Take for example its 120,000-square-foot William H. Hannon Library. Just four years old, the circular design of this three-story facility with floor to ceiling windows is reminiscent of a classical structure found in Rome.