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Design studies for a revamped mobile home. Ocean views included.
In collaboration with LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), OOTDL Landscape Architecture + Planning, Marbletecture, and Molly Renda Graphics, we recently developed a proposal for a Cultural Master Plan for ARBOR zone of the LA River, a site-specific and visionary plan for LA’s next great public space. You can read more about our proposal on the […]
Marsh Park opens its doors to the public this weekend. Featured on KCRW’s “5 Design things to do this week,” there will be plenty going on. Come and check out the park and our brand new River Pavilion. http://blogs.kcrw.com/dna/5-design-things-to-do-this-week-25
An early rendering of a home in Malibu, currently in the works. A remodel with new additions, it already looks to be a significant improvement on the existing.
The crews are at Marsh Park putting the final touches on the River Pavilion, getting it spiffy in time for this summer’s opening. We can’t wait to see you there!
We submitted 5 proposals to the NELA Placemaking Competition and two are featured in Curbed LA. Here is a link to the article on their favorite projects: http://la.curbed.com/archives/2014/02/6_ideas_for_markets_movies_plazas_and_more_on_the_la_river.php
A few remaining wood houses around Rincon caught our eye.
Our Marsh Park pavilion is taking shape along the river – the rebar is in, the steel columns are set and about to pour the slab!
Nestled in the foothills of the Hollywood Hills, this renovation of a classic 1920s Spanish style residence meets Hollywood Regency on the interior, and 19th century Andalucian palacios in the gardens. The trees are in, the walls painted, and pool ready for a dip.