The Marin County Civic Center is an endless streamlined moderne prairie building. Its not one particular style but an emphasis on the style of the architect himself. Frank Lloyd Wright cut no corners on his stylistic vision of this building from the size of the doorways to the material of the hardware. There is a lot to look at when walking through the building. So many materials make up the interior aesthetic of his buildings. Red tile floor, dark wood trim, gold spheres, heavy gauge brass hardware, long white walls, geometric furniture, stainless steel water fountains, and green plants. Its an eclectic collection of materials that you don't see in many buildings. Even if you didn't know who Frank Lloyd Wright was, if you walked in to this building, the Guggenheim Museum, or the Xanadu gallery on Maiden Lane, its very apparent that one man designed all three of these buildings.