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Security Pacific Gallery, Costa Mesa

The Huntington Lois and Robert F. Erburu Gallery Expansion

Collaborating closely with John Murdock, Director of Art Collections, we began working with the Huntington on new galleries in 2004, anticipating significant growth to the institution’s collection of 20th century American Art. In 2005, we expanded the Scott Galleries of American Art, designed by Paul Gray in 1984 and characterized… Read More

Tongva Park and Ken Genser Square Comfort Station

Meandering through Santa Monica’s Tongva Park, designed by James Corner Field Operations, offers moments of serenity and pause, one of which opens into a wide passage connecting one path to another under landscape hills. FF&P was a design consultant to James Corner Field Operations for Tongva Park’s public restroom… Read More

LACMAlab “Making”

Leo Baeck Temple

Leo Baeck Temple is a religious campus renovation/expansion project consisting of three primary components: 1) site improvements; 2) renovation of an existing Sanctuary Building; and 3) construction of the new Peachy and Mark Levy Lifelong Learning Center. The initial design process was executed as a campus master plan &… Read More

L.A. Louver Gallery

Collaborating with L.A. Louver, a gallery deeply embedded in local art history, meant collaborating with its community. Located between the crowded, highly visible Venice Beach Boardwalk and residential neighborhoods, the gallery’s home uniquely suits its own part-public, part-private identity—public exhibition spaces coexist with semi-private viewing rooms and private offices. Its… Read More

Marc Selwyn Fine Art Gallery

Our collaboration with gallerist Marc Selwyn centers on synergy between light, space and art. We designed three galleries for him over twenty years, each an understated, well-structured envelope for the contemporary and historic art he exhibits. Each balanced natural and artificial light and integrated easily into its urban environment.  The… Read More

Metta Forest Monastery Dining Complex

Metta Forest Monastery

We collaborated with the monks of Metta Forest to reimagine their monastery, expanding the modest campus to house their growing community. FF&P and the monks of Metta Forest have envisioned a new Meditation and Ordination Hall. The new development will offer the community a peaceful and serene setting to… Read More

MoMA PS1 Renovation

We designed MoMA PS1 as a canvas, not a monument. It adapts to the art it holds, bending and shifting to accommodate intimate installations or groundbreaking surveys. The renovation project began in 1994 as a sprawling, ambitious collaboration. We spent six months deep in conversation with museum staff before developing… Read More