The Pan-American Pyramid is a kind of strange shape when we walk around. Looking at the map, we find that it is a Pan-American Pyramid. Nearby are some high-end office buildings. There are many cafes for white-collar workers to rest. We turned into white-collar workers to try it.
These days, they are revolving around the Pan-American Pyramid, the sign is particularly obvious! Looking at the past from Chinatown is like standing a giant in a group of low houses. Looking from the direction of fisherman's wharf, it is like a benchmark in a high-rise forest.
The Transamerica Pyramid is an icon of San Francisco and a sought out building in the city's skyline. The pyramid was commissioned by Transamerica CEO Jack Beckett with specific instructions of raising a building that would allow light in the street below. The pyramid was designed by the famous architect William L. Pereira, it was built in three years and opened in the summer of 1972. There are no tours of the building currently, but you can see its 853 ft. (260 m) covered in crushed quartz from almost anywhere in The City.
Pan-American Pyramid, the landmark building of San Francisco, the whole building is designed and constructed with pyramids as elements. The slender spires on the top of the pyramids are among the towering clouds, and the magnificent buildings can be seen from the head of downtown San Francisco.