Lewis Schoeplein

Adat Shalom

PROJECT TYPE  Sacred Space /
Research + Reports
  Los Angeles, CA

Adat Shalom is a Conservative Jewish congregation established in West Los Angeles in 1946. The master plan, which seeks to lay out a vision for the physical growth and future expansion of the 55,000 square foot urban campus, was accomplished using a community-based design process which included both individual interviews and congregation-wide workshops.

Initial building maintenance upgrades will be undertaken as the Temple fundraises for Phase I:  replacing the existing school buildings, relocating the offices, and adding of an outdoor learning / worship space and additional on-site parking.  Future phases will add a new building with additional religious and pre-school classrooms.

community-based design

Sample pages from the Project Program Document

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