It housed the headquarters of the Janss Investment Company run by the Janss brothers, Edwin and Harold Janss, who were the developers of the village. Atop the dome is a cupola. Around the beginning of the s renowned architectural firm Morphosis adapted the dome for use as a clothing store by Contempo Casuals[3] and later it was occupied by a Wherehouse Music store.

In restaurateur Michael Chow remodeled the interior for a Eurochow restaurant but had the time-honored aqua and white zig-zag on the rotunda painted over Janss Investment Company white. Janss Investment Company Cupola was placed on the dome, and an original Sir Richard Wallace fountain,datedShamrock Gift Company was added to the patio.

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Janss Investment Company Building - Wikipedia

The Janss Investment Company Building, also known as the Janss Dome, is a historic building in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, in the Westwood Village. The building is located at the five-way intersection of Westwood Boulevard, Kinross Avenue, and Broxton Avenue.Architect: Allison & Allison…

Historical Preservation - Kelton Duplexes

Janss Investment sold 375 acres to the cities of Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills in 1925 at the bargain price of $1.2 million — about a quarter of its value. The cities, whose voters had passed bond issues to pay for the site, turned around and donated it to the state.…