October 3, 2018
A New Residence, Brentwood, Los Angeles
Ferguson & Shamamian Architects
Landscape: Mia Lehrer & Associates
Single-family residence with pool house and guesthouse. New construction. Exterior: natural stucco walls, Italian travertine stone trim, marble insets, custom metal window grilles; roof: handmade antique reclaimed barrel tile with wood rafter tails; front door surround: quoined arch in travertine. 15,000 square feet.
(Photos: Scott Frances)
Villa Vittoria, Beverly Hills
Thomas Proctor Architect
Single-family residence. New construction. Stucco, cast stone, and terra-cotta tile. 10,000 square feet.
(Photos: Thomas Proctor)
Maison Dunand, Beverly Hills
Richard Manion Architecture
Landscape: Leyva Wilde
Single-family residence. New construction. Handmade brick, limestone moldings, slate roof, and steel windows. 13,000 square feet, 32 feet tall, 2 stories.
(Photos: Erhard Pfeiffer)
Villa Due Palme, Beverly Hills
Single-family residence. New construction. Stucco, cast stone, and terra-cotta tile. 7,000 square feet.
(Photo: Cameron Carothers)
Villa, Beverly Hills
Kevin A. Clark Inc., Architect
Landscape: EPT Design/Nord Eriksson
Single family residence. New Construction. Steel trowled painted stucco walls, stone entry surround and exterior detailing, 2 piece mission sand cast clay tile (multicolor), copper gutter and downspouts. Approximately 12,000 square feet.
(Photos: Hayden Luscombe)
Residence, La Cañada Flintridge
Michael Burch Architects
2000-square-foot addition to a single-family residence designed by Arthur Kelly in the 1920s. Wood frame with stucco and tile; Tunisian tile and stenciling used throughout. 4,300 square feet total, 3 stories.
(Photos in order of appearance: 1, Hester + Hardaway Photography, 2-7, Michael Burch, and 8, Diane Wilk)
Palacio de la Vista, Montecito
Thomas Bollay Architects, Inc.
Landscape: Eric Nagelmann
(Photos: Thomas Bollay)
Florestal Pool House, Santa Barbara
Appleton Partners LLP
Landscape: Appleton Partners LLP
New construction. Pool house and gym for single-family residence. Stucco finish, steel windows and doors; clay Mission tile roof; copper flashing and gutters; terra-cotta tile floors; wood gym floor. Covered loggia, 958 square feet; pool house and gym, 3,523 square feet; 21 feet tall, 1 story
(Photos: Matt Walla)
Hacienda de la Paz, Los Angeles
Rafael Manzano Martos
Landscape: Rafael Manzano Martos
Client, Developer, and Builder: John Z. Blazevich
(Photos: Steve Brown/Alex McLeod)
Residence, Rancho Santa Fe
Island Architects, Drexel Patterson, Principal
Landscape: TCLA Studio
Single-family residence. New construction. Framed construction with stucco and stone veneer, wood windows and doors, reclaimed French antique terra cotta roof tiles.
(Photos: Werner Segarra Photography)
Lewin Wertheimer, Architect
Landscape: Marny Randall
Single-family residence. New construction. Integral color stucco, red clay Mission tile roof, reused brick patio, Mexican Talavera tile fountain and benches with custom fountain spout. 3,000 square feet.
(Photos: John Ellis)
Family Compound, Encinal Bluffs, Malibu
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Landscape: Deborah Nevins & Associates
Family residence. New construction. Stucco, limestone rubble walls, rough timber framing, reclaimed terra cotta roof tiles.
(Photos: Peter Aaron/OTTO for Robert A.M. Stern Architects)
Quail H Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley
Family Ranch house. New construction. Board and batten exterior; standing seam metal roof. House: 11,550 square feet; covered porches: 1,909 square feet.
Rancho San Miguel, Santa Barbara
Jeff Shelton, Architect
Landscape: Jeff Shelton
Single-family residence. New construction. Sandstone, concrete, and insulated block walls; wood roof; Mexican two-piece roof tile. 6,625 square feet.
(Photo: Jim Barsch)
Rancho San Leandro, Montecito
Tom Meaney Architect
Single-family residence. New construction. Adobe, handmade Mexican roof tile and pavers, heavy timber lintels milled on-site, wood doors and windows. Residence: 6,000 square feet; garage: 800 square feet; adobe barn: 1,000 square feet.
(Photo: Lepere Studio)
French Ranch, Hidden Valley
Michael Burch Architects and Thomas Bollay Architects, Inc.
Single-family residence. New construction. Wood frame. 15,000 square feet.
(Photos: Tim Street-Porter)
Plaza la Reina, Hotel and Retail, Westwood, Los Angeles
Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists
Landscape: Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists
Mixed-use building including 44-room residential hotel and retail. New construction. Type III light steel frame over four levels of Type I subterranean garage. Finished in stucco, decorative precast concrete, heavy timber, ironwork, terracotta floor & roof tile, and decorative tile. 155,000 square feet.
(Photos: Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists)
El Andaluz, Apartments and Commercial, Santa Barbara
Jeff Shelton, Architect
Mixed used: multi-family residence (seven condominium apartments) and two commercial units. New construction. Concrete (first floor); wood frame (second and third floors); plaster, ceramic, and cement tile. 19,000 square feet, 3 stories
(Photos: Façade Wayne McCall, Loggia Karin Shelton, Geraniums Karin Shelton)
Casas Las Granadas, Multi-Family Affordable Housing, Santa Barbara
RRM Design Group
Landscape: Sliding Design
(Photo: Emmalee Thomas)
Paseo Bonito, Multi-Family Housing, Santa Barbara
The Cearnal Collective
Landscape: David Black & Associates
Plaster with red tile roof.
Chapala One, Mixed Use, Santa Barbara
Landscape: Van Atta Associates
Mixed use building. New Construction. 35 condominium units, some w/ attached live work spaces, 11affordable units. 99,500 sf total. Clay tile roof; steel troweled plaster walls; terra cotta tile decks; steel, aluminum, clad wood and custom wood doors, windows, and gates; decorative tile fountains and architectural features. Creek restoration and riparian zone.
Our Savior Church and USC Caruso Catholic Center, Los Angeles
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Architect of record: Perkowitz + Ruth
Place of worship. Church interior: wood accents on beams and ceilings; church exterior: stone finishes, stained glass windows, 75-foot bell tower. 27,000 square feet.
(Photos: Juan Tallo/Lokro Productions, Inc.)
Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel, Thomas Aquinas College, Santa Paula
Duncan Stroik Architect
Architect of record: Rasmussen & Associates
Client: Thomas Aquinas College
Place of worship. Limestone and stucco exterior; marble and plaster interior; reinforced masonry construction; scalloped and diminishing tile dome; bronze baldacchino; mahogany pews and woodwork; bronze doors; radiant heating and cooling; 14,826 square feet.
(Photos: Schaf Photo)
1100 Santa Barbara Street, Commercial, Santa Barbara
Landscape: Arcadia Studios
New Commercial Building. White plaster walls, wrought iron, copper metal work, wood. 5,600 square feet.
(Photo: Jim Bartsch)
Santa Barbara Bank & Trust, Santa Barbara
Architect: The Cearnal Collective
Landscape: Arcadia Studio
Contractor: Melchiori Construction
New construction. 29,780 square feet, 3 stories.
(Photo: A New Medley Photography)
Hotel Californian, Mixed Use, Santa Barbara
Reconstruction of The Californian Hotel (1924). 22,000 square feet
Granada Garage and Office Building, Santa Barbara
Architect, Engineer, and Parking Planner: Watry Design, Inc.
Design Architect: Henry Lenny Design
(Photos: Matthew Millman)
Jungels-Winkler Residence Hall, Scripps College, Claremont
Landscape: SWA Group
Single use. New construction. Residence hall for 86 undergraduate students. Cement plaster over metal studs, cast stone trim elements, clay tile roof, copper roofing and gutters, steel sash windows. 35,900 square feet.
(Photos: BAR Architects)
Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, San Diego State University, San Diego
Mixed use. New construction. FSC-certified wood; recycled steel, aluminum, and concrete; bamboo, jute, and cotton. 200,891 square feet.
(Photo: Hendrich Blessing Ltd.)
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Hospital. New construction and renovation. Precast concrete, stucco, and brick; wood paneling and trim. 6 stories, existing tower: 139 feet tall; 180,000 existing gross square feet, 240,000 gross square feet new construction; 420,000 gross square feet total.
(Photos: Tom Bonner)
Playhouse Plaza, Office and Retail, Pasadena
Mixed-use. New construction office and retail building. Type I steel frame over three levels of Type I subterranean garage, finished in GFRC Panels, fiberglass ornamental tile, full brick veneer, terracotta floor tile, and decorative tile. Five stories, 155,000 square feet.
(Photos: 1, IDS Real Estate Group, 2-4 Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists)
The Packard Humanities Institute Film Archive and Preservation Center, Santa Clarita
Landscape Architect: SWA Group
New construction archive and preservation center. Exterior and interior stone sourced from quarries in Puglia, Italy, Custom cap and pan roof tiles, bronze clad mahogany wood windows and doors, Florentine pietra serena interior stone trimwork, handmade terracotta floor tile, hand forged steel railings and light fixtures, hand troweled plaster and solid cedar wood beams. 226,400 gross square feet preservation facility with 61,000 sf nitrate film vaults and 165,400 sf archival storage, labs, research and study center, admin offices, theaters, screening rooms, exhibit space and special event areas
(Photo: BAR Architects)
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