Known as the main library building of the University of California San Diego, the Geisel Library is an architectural landmark that cannot be missed while in Southern California. Named in honor of Theodor Seuss Geisel, often better known as Doctor Seuss, its Brutalist structure is a far cry from the children's books he is known so well for. The design descends from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century highlighting the raw material of choice - concrete. The distinctive building was designed in the late 1960s by William Pereira and the arches, in combination with the design of the individual floors, is made to look like hands holding up a stack of books.
Is there a better way to honor this author's heritage than to dedicate a library in his name? Not that I can think of.