SEED House Brings Green Home Building To Los Angeles’ Lower-Income Communities

SEED House Brings Green Home Building To Los Angeles’ Lower-Income Communities

The SEED House is designed as a small residential building with a variety of spaces that will serve three important purposes; classroom space, practice space, and community outreach. A “green” instructional space with super insulated walls, energy efficient

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Green-Roofed Los Angeles Holocaust Museum by Hagy Belzberg is Buried Underground

Green-Roofed Los Angeles Holocaust Museum by Hagy Belzberg is Buried Underground

The green roof is planted with local flora and is naturally irrigated. It also extends to the adjacent Pan Pacific Park, integrating itself into the city’s green spaces. The peaceful exterior belies the interior discomfort achieved by an interactive display

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Manhattan Beach Mixed Use Project Boasts Green Roof Big Enough For Lawn Sports

Manhattan Beach Mixed Use Project Boasts Green Roof Big Enough For Lawn Sports

Poon Design took a slightly unconventional approach when designing the mixed use project. Rather than lining up all three condos evenly giving equal street frontage, Poon slid each condo to create varied porch and deck spaces. The residences vary in size between

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Green-Roofed Art Center College of Design’s South Campus Connects With Downtown Pasadena

Green-Roofed Art Center College of Design’s South Campus Connects With Downtown Pasadena

The supersonic wind tunnel facility was used by aircraft companies to test their designs in the mid-20th century until after the Cold War. Afterwards Dacor Corporation bought it for their kitchen appliance manufacturing facility, until they too no longer needed

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Tesla Motors LA Flagship Store is Red Hot & Green

Tesla Motors LA Flagship Store is Red Hot & Green

Located on Santa Monica Boulevard in Westwood, the Tesla showroom is far more than what you’d expect from a car dealership. More like a boutique, it caters to its customers striving to give them an experience rather than just another purchase. Visitors to

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B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Buzzworthy Upcycled and Thrifted Decor

B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Buzzworthy Upcycled and Thrifted Decor

B:Hive is positioned to attract talented professionals, freelancers needing reprieve from working out of their homes and those “interesting” people who simply need a cool place to hang out and network with other movers and shakers in the area. “We wanted

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Grab your Paddle for a Trip Down the LA River

Grab your Paddle for a Trip Down the LA River

Hosted over a series of six weekends spanning August and September, each of the two-and-a-half hour river tours will be spearheaded by the non-profit organization, Friends of the Los Angeles River. The program comes a little more than a year after U.S.

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Chinatown-Cornfields Development is an Incredible Recreational Area for the LA River Master Plan

Chinatown-Cornfields Development is an Incredible Recreational Area for the LA River Master Plan

An ambitious riverfront recreation space, the Chinatown-Cornfields is just one of twenty major opportunity areas identified by the Los Angeles River Master Plan. The proposal for this particular stretch of the 32 mile LA River corridor includes a habitat

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HW8 Prefab Homes Have the Open-Air Feeling of a Loft

HW8 Prefab Homes Have the Open-Air Feeling of a Loft

Work Plays’ HW8 homes deliver the notion of loft like design in a prefabulous package. We admit that typical architecture in the Los Angeles area has trended toward open, loft like spaces. However, Prefab homes are generally unable to meet the same airy

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Plummer Park Community Center Accommodates Teens and Seniors Alike

Plummer Park Community Center Accommodates Teens and Seniors Alike

Koning Eizenberg’s addition expanded the community center to 20,000 square feet. The larger space enabled the center to broaden its programming, offering classes and activities for community members of all ages. In the main hall of center, one side hosts

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