exterior corner shot of the kebonized wood scrim exterior with thin lighting illuminated at dusk at the new studio ma office

Studio Ma’s Phoenix office oasis is shrouded in a kebonized wood scrim

Adhering to their regenerative bioclimatic design ethos, Studio Ma has designed its own eco-conscious office in the desert to the same standards they uphold for their clients. The new 2,412-square-foot office transformed an undistinguished dentist’s office into a “net-zero energy and water” space that encourages walking and biking—an impressive feat considering the city of Phoenix averages temperatures over 85 degrees Fahrenheit seven

Kliment Halsband Architects blends past and present at Friends Seminary

Facadism, the act of retaining a historic facade whilst fundamentally adapting a structure’s interior, is often maligned by preservationists as relegating historic architecture to urban set pieces. Lost in such orthodox pedagogy is recognition of the functional demands of the client and the pragmatic reality that buildings evolve over time. Kliment Halsband Architects (KHA), a New

People walking in front of the ROW DTLA, a series of adapted historic buildings

Rios Clementi Hale utilizes rolled steel and industrial detailing to activate historic ROW facades

Bringing new life to the historic Los Angeles Terminal Market, Rios Clementi Hale (RCH) designed ROW DTLA to reinterpret the industrial nature of the Southern Pacific Railroad’s major produce hub. Reimagining the site where goods were once unloaded from railroad cars and delivered across Southern California, the team designed new storefront systems for ROW that embraced the site’s historic character through