Stanley Mosk Library & Courts Building Interactive Floor Plan

To start the tour of the library, move your mouse over the image of the building. Click on one of the highlighted floors.

Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building. Floors State Librarian Office Gillis Hall Court Library Memorial Vestibule Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building. Pediment Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building. Floral Wealth Statue Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building. Romantic Wealth Statue Floor 1 Floor 2 Floor 3 Floor 4 Floor 5

History of the Building

The Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building opened in 1928 as part of the Capitol Extension Group. Its neo-classical design is considered a masterpiece of its type. The building was placed on the National Register of Historical Places in 1984. The exterior of the building features a granite fašade on the first floor with terra cotta facings on the remainder of the building.

Upgrading a Landmark for the Future

One of the most stunning buildings in state government is receiving a complete renovation. In 2009, a team of master architects, engineers, and technology experts began work on bringing the 1928 Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building back to its light-filled magnificence while outfitting the building with the latest technological features.

Below is the list of slide shows with pictures taken during renovation process: