The CLA Building (Classroom, Laboratory & Administration Building) is part of the California State Polytechnic University in Pomona. Its pointed, triangular and open top makes it the most distinct tower on the Cal Poly campus. According to architect Antoine Predock "inevitably, human settlement alters the landscape. Successive habitation has altered the Pomona Valley from the original dry swept earth of Rancho San Jose. Now the verdant Arabian horse ranch of W.K.Kellogg coexists with the technological, superscale freeway interchange. The Cal Poly building is truly a gateway building, visible from the freeways, the local flight patterns, and across the entire Pomona Valley" (from website Antoine Predock).
How to get there?
From Los Angeles, take Interstate 10 east and exit Kellogg Dr, just before the 57 freeway. Turn right onto Kellogg Dr. The building is on the right side of the road, on the other side of the parking lot.