Chaffey College Architects and Architecture
THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLE of the campus was described in 1958 as Pacific Modern, without any mention of the characteristics of such a style. A year later, a progress report prepared by the college stated that Contemporary Rancho had been selected as the architectural theme for the campus. Buildings were described as grouped around two oval areas in a “lazy-8 design.” In keeping with the Rancho theme, landscaping included olive trees, eucalypti, and native shrubs. Flowering trees were planned to line campus roads and walks. The buildings outlined in the Master Plan were all singlestory, constructed of Junipero adobe brick.