Burger Residence featured on Houzz

Burger Residence featured on Houzz

The Burger Residence kitchen was recently featured in an article about the Dutch design firm Moooi.  Love Moooi….  <3 This renovation of a 1926 Spanish house in Los Angeles melded the client’s love of modern design with the home’s beautiful original detail.  The architecture of a new large combined family room and kitchen in the rear...
Interior Design!

Interior Design!

So excited that Edmunds.com is featured on the cover of Interior Design Magazine!!   L/Sa served as Executive Architect, working with M+M Creative Studio (Design Architect) on this 133,000 sf project at Colorado Center in Santa Monica.  Check out the entire project at the link below: Edmunds.com – Interior Design Magazine
Edmunds.com awarded American Architecture Prize

Edmunds.com awarded American Architecture Prize

Exciting!!  Our office headquarters project for Edmunds.com in Santa Monica, with M+M Creative Studio (Design Architect),  has been awarded the American Architecture Prize in two categories – Office Interiors and Workplaces.  The awards, an international juried competition, received over 1000 submissions for awards in 41 categories. A full list of the winners can be viewed...
Bikerevolution

Bikerevolution

L/Sa has purchased two Public bikes.  They are simple, upright, 1-speeds.  We will not be speeding, but we will get there.  We added racks and bells and a basket that is big enough to bring back lunch from the Japanese market.  Mitch Bloch provided u-locks and cables from the Warehouse.  The bikes hang on hooks...
Forever 21 and the ADA

Forever 21 and the ADA

The first sentence is embarrassing:  I was shopping at Forever 21.  Ok – I can qualify – I was shopping with MY DAUGHTER at Forever 21. For the uninitiated, Forever 21 is a mass market clothing store founded in Los Angeles in 1984, now with over 600 locations in the United States and abroad.  Its...
The Mysterious Happenings of Ricardo Legoretta

The Mysterious Happenings of Ricardo Legoretta

If you went to architecture school in the late 80s / early 90s on the West Coast there were those architects whose work was flagrantly copied by students not talented enough to do their copying less-flagrantly, including Aldo Rossi, “the Franks” (Israel and Gehry), Coop Himmelblau, and Ricardo Legoretta.  Ah – Legoretta.  The square windows,...
Niemeyer on Sunset Blvd.

Niemeyer on Sunset Blvd.

Our project architect Gus Heully is a multi-tasker.  When he isn’t catering expertly to the needs of clients, contractors and the building department, he is busy writing for architecture journals in the US and Japan. His most recent outing is “Niemeyer on Sunset” for West Hollywood Magazine, which delves into the history of an iconic...