Designed by architecture firm BNIM, the roughly 53,000-square-foot office also eschewed surface parking in favor of pedestrian spaces.
Designed by L.A.–based firm Bells + Whistles and located in Carlsbad, the restaurant respects its local vernacular while using elements of 20th-century French hospitality design.
Barbara Bouza, co-managing director of Gensler’s Los Angeles office, explains how her firm’s project served the local community as well as the city at large.
Bettina, located the scenic resort town of Montecito, blends L.A.-based architect Barbara Bestor's brand of California cool with upscale coastal chic.
Custom-blended dark teal walls and tubular motifs repeated throughout Milla Chocolates incorporate the boutique founders' love of Swedish design and 1920s Bauhaus styling.
The 800-student Caliber ChangeMakers Academy, built for $144 per square foot, saw architects, a nonprofit, and students collaborate on a vibrant color palette.
The building—which includes a town hall and city offices—features a 13,000-square-foot town commons that can host events and gatherings, such as the city's weekly farmer’s market.
Located on a 17-acre former vineyard, the project—designed by Field Architecture—combines steel, concrete, and glass with pitched roofs, overhangs, and other barn-like features.
The 18,000-square-foot headquarters features mass timber, a rainwater capture system, and landscaping catered to an endangered salamander species.
Architect Malcolm Davis updated the 1,400-square-foot house to highlight its ocean vista while staying true to Sea Ranch's architecture.
A recent book from Phaidon delves into the photographer’s little-known contributions to chronicling Modernist architecture in his home state, California.
California Crazy, recently reissued by Taschen, is an indelible record of the wild, wonderful tradition of roadside architecture.
Designed by Faulkner Architects, the 3,000-square-foot residence strives to visually (and ecologically) defer to its wooded surroundings.
Bringing eight modes of transportation together was not the only complex problem at the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). The engineering firm BuroHappold worked with HOK, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Clark Construction not only to build the largest span of…
Courtesy Chris Wehling I first noticed Eichlers in Sunnyvale while driving around looking at homes. When I came upon them and felt like I had landed on the moon. They were the most interesting houses that I had ever seen!…