Black House, built in 1952, is an 11,400 square foot adobe house located on a La Jolla bluff with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and coastline. It has been the residence of every UCSD chancellor except for one. Declared uninhabitable in 2004 because of seismic, electrical, plumbing, and other problems a program to renovate the structure was developed. As part of that program, Gibson & Gibson was contracted to restore and replicate damaged and missing fixtures. Below are images of some of the restoration and replication work done. After a generous contribution from Audrey Geisel to the renovation project, the house was re-christened The Audrey Geisel HouseClick here for images of finished remodel with restored and replicated fixtures in place.