- Urban Design
Eight for-sale, affordable townhomes, built under Los Angeles' small lot subdivision ordinance, incorporate sustainable design principles and bring new life to a blighted street in a quiet residential area adjacent to businesses and transportation.
A ten-unit infill apartment building overlooks downtown Los Angeles with views to the skyline.
John Kaliski Architects' addition to Mission City Community Network's medical center adds 4000 square feet in a light-filled annex dedicated to children's health.
The conversion of an historic property into a four unit condominium utilizing Los Angeles' small lot subdivision ordinance.
An obsolete senior apartment building is brought up to code to serve as a residential substance abuse recovery facility.
Eight compact luxury single-family homes are located adjacent to a bus rapid transit stop in the west San Fernando Valley.
An automobile showroom establishes a pedestrian-friendly frontage along a major Los Angeles boulevard.
A 2,800 square foot, two-story, glass-lined showroom on Ventura Boulevard creates sidewalk interest along an automobile- oriented commercial strip.
A luxury automobile showroom in the heart of Beverly Hills.
The rehibilitation, reconfiguration, and modernization of a 1920's Spanish Revival hillside home.
A cafe, market and teaching kitchen operate in tandem with the popular Sunday Hollywood Farmers Market.