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Los Angeles LGBT Center Headquarters Competition

The new Los Angeles LGBT Center is designed as a landmark project that integrates and capitalizes on the sites’ existing conditions, strategically engages the neighborhood in a cohesive approach, creates a vibrant center for the LGBT Community, and provides innovative housing solutions for the diverse range of residents, (youth, family,… Read More

5915 Rodeo Road

Lussier Creative

AIM/PRS Photographic Rental Service

Media Works Commissary II

The Barn (former A. Quincy Jones Residence)

Inspired by New England farm architecture, the residence of renowned architect, A. Quincy Jones was called “The Barn.” What was once an old photographers studio, A. Quincy Jones transformed the space into his residence and workplace. Featuring a large, open space with 50-foot high ceilings and a pitched-roof,… Read More

Santa Monica Film Post Production Studio

Frederick Fisher and Partners created a collaborative, engaging, and functional post production studio. FF&P subdivided the brick and wood truss building into clusters of enclosures to retain the open loft appearance and enhance intercommunication while maintaining privacy. Flexible cable management was necessary for complete staff computer interconnection and… Read More

City of Santa Monica: City Hall East Building

“At a time when Los Angeles turns to its architects to address some our greatest challenges, these winning projects contribute to quality of life in Los Angeles and points beyond, through the realization of design excellence.” – 2019 AIA|LA President Barbara Bouza, FAIA The Santa Monica City Hall East Building… Read More

Frederick Fisher and Partners LA Office

Our firm renovated and expanded multiple A. Quincy Jones buildings over the years and our affinity with his practice makes this office, in partner Joseph Coriaty’s words, “a spectacular work environment.” Our office sits on a busy Santa Monica intersection, almost invisible against the urban bustle. The understated,… Read More

Grand Central Air Terminal

Our restoration of Glendale’s Grand Central Air Terminal began with extensive research. Adapting the Spanish Colonial landmark to its new role, as a corporate campus for the Walt Disney Company, required sensitivity and a passion for architecture’s history. Architect Henry L. Gogerty designed Glendale’s Grand Central Air Terminal in 1928… Read More