|MISSION COMMUNITY BANK
San Luis Obispo, California
Mission Community Bank’s new 14,000 square foot headquarters building has
a retail bank branch at the first floor
and administrative offices above. This
is the final component of the Walter Brothers campus of professional and government offices, under phased development since 1973.
The building is located for optimum
solar orientation and to form a
balanced composition with other
struc-tures near the intersection. Building forms and details reflect a strong Mission
Colonial Revival reference, in concert
with the bank’s identity and their desire
to craft a friendly, approachable image.
Colors are chosen from a warm palette compatible with neighboring structures and the bank’s logo color scheme. Landscaping combines Mission Colonial themes, drought tolerance, and a drainage scheme relying on extensive bioswales.
Client: Walter Brothers Properties
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