Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
Article source: The American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Building 209 is one of many historic buildings on the US Veterans Affairs Department’s (VA) West Los Angeles healthcare campus. Vacant for decades, it was falling into decay rather than serving its original purpose of healing our nation’s Veterans. Meanwhile, homelessness in Los Angeles County has become an epidemic, with 4,343 Veterans living on the streets.
Image Courtesy © Lawrence Anderson
- Architects: LEO A DALY
- Project: Homeless Veterans Transitional Housing
- Location: VA Campus, Los Angeles,USA
- Photography: Lawrence Anderson
- Structural Engineer: Nabih Youssef & Associates
- Mechanical, Plumbing, Electrical & Fire-sprinkler System: Sin Ha and Keyfauver Engineers, Inc.
- Cost Management: Cumming Clarke
- Civil Engineer: Jensen Design and Survey, Inc.
- Historic Preservation: Chattel, Inc.
- Landscape: Mia Lehrer and Associates
- LEED Silver Certification and Commissioning: Green Dinosaur
- General Contractor: Westport Construction Inc.
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Article source: Hi-Tech CADD Services
An environmental consultant had to assess a site and provide a plan to the client for retaining wall design meant to block the flood water from a nearby river from entering the site.
Image Courtesy © Hi-Tech CADD Services
- Architects: Hi-Tech CADD Services
- Project: 3D Modeling And Rendering of Retaining Wall Design for Environment Consultants
- Location: Los Angeles, USA
Thursday, February 11th, 2016
Article source: Taylor & Company
For this suburban home, Dan Brunn, AIA, principal of Dan Brunn Architecture, injected the feeling of openness and of continuum, which was of utmost importance to the clients. As a means to negate the claustrophobic spaces of their primary residence, the architect developed a language to express the free flowing nature of the design.
Image Courtesy © Dan Brunn Architecture
- Architects: Dan Brunn Architecture
- Project: Fold Up House
- Location: Los Angeles, USA
- Software used: ArchiCAD, Cinema4D
Sunday, November 22nd, 2015
Article source: Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Through its materiality and form, LOHA’s design for the SL11024 student and faculty housing complex seamlessly engages its historically sensitive site and challenging hillside topography and creates a new model for urban development that enriches an academic community.
Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan
- Architects: LOHA (Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects)
- Project: SL11024
- Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
- Photography: Iwan Baan
- Design Team: Donnie Schmidt (PM), Damian LeMons, Lilit Ustayan, Chris Faulhammer, Ian Dickenson, Abel Garcia
- Size: 55,000 SF
- Program: Off-campus housing catering to university community, including a fitness center, yoga studio, business center, and resident lounges.
Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
Article source: Design Initiatives
G House is a 610 sq. ft. (57 sq. m.) secondary guest unit up on the hill of Monterey Park near Downtown Los Angeles. In a tiny, odd-shaped site, with a lot of code restrictions and a tight budget, Design Initiatives successfully created a functional floor layout scheme with a garage, kitchen, dining, living areas and a full bathroom.
Image Courtesy © Design Initiatives
- Architects: Design Initiatives
- Project: G HOUSE
- Location: Los Angeles, California, US State
- Software used: AutoCAD, 3D Studio Max and Photoshop
- Type : Guest house
- Date : May-July, 2015
- Area : 610 sq. ft.
- Credits : Design Initiatives: Vlado Valkof – architect;
- Project team: Ana Veselinova, Elena Takova
- Visualizations: Constantine Dimitrov, Vladi Dimitrov, Konstantin Kyosev
- Structural: MS Consulting
- MEP & environmental: Perfect Design
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
Article source: Aaron Neubert Architects
A steeply sloping property in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles is the site for this 200 square foot writer’s studio, labeled the “Black Box” for its minimal geometry and dark stained cladding.
Image Courtesy © Aaron Neubert Architects
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Article source: the UP studio
Authentix, located in Los Angeles CA, is a custom sneaker boutique designed to create flexibility while accommodating the client’s budget and time frame. This custom display system allows for the client to easily create multiple configurations as needed.
Image Courtesy © Carlton Beener
- Architects: the UP studio
- Project: Authentix Boutique
- Location: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
- Photography: Carlton Beener
- Completed: 2014
- Size: 1,820 SF
- Millwork: MakeTime
Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
Article source: Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Inc.
This project restored a 1926 YMCA building, designed by noted African American architect Paul R. Williams and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and added a new five-story building at the rear of the existing structure.
Image Courtesy © Eric Staudenmaier
- Architects: Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Inc.
- Project: 28th Street Apartments
- Location: Los Angeles, California
- Photography: Eric Staudenmaier
- Architectural Conservator: Williams Art Conservation, Inc.
- Construction Manager: AMJ Construction
- Contractor: Alpha Construction Co., Inc.
- Engineer – Structural: Parker Resnick Structural Engineers
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
Article source: ANX
The project site for this residence is a 7,500 sf cross slope lot in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. The property is located near the top of a significant hill with panoramic views towards the Silver Lake Reservoir. The residence is situated at the rear of the property providing ample garden spaces at the front to buffer the exposure to the high traffic street. Due to the adjacency of neighboring properties, primary opportunities for open space occur toward the East and West, while views are primarily to the North within the parcel.
Image Courtesy © ANX
- Architects: ANX
- Project: MANIFOLD HOUSE
- Location: Los Angeles, California
- Project Team: Aaron Neubert (Principal), Blair Ellis, Marc Guitap, Andrey Yevdoshchenko, David Chong / Structural Engineer: SAP Engineering / General Contractor: DevCon
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Article source: RRM Design Group
RRM Design Group provided the planning, construction documents, bid services, cost estimates, and construction administration for the award-winning renovation of the 1.7-mile Venice Beach Oceanfront Walk, the busiest public park in Los Angeles and the second most visited place in California. The project required extensive public outreach, including a series of interactive public meetings, workshops, newsletters, and written and camera surveys, working with various community groups and City agencies.
Image Courtesy © RRM Design Group