El Segundo, CA
This high security 1.5 million square foot laser research and manufacturing facility has a below grade tunnel with loading docks for sixteen tractor trailer trucks. The dining commons seats one thousand employees while vertical movement in the facility takes place in four large skylit escalator atriums that encourage employee interaction.
Rendered in the Irvine Company's signature pale travertine, this office development makes a definitive statement about a high quality corporate office park in the city of Irvine.
Outlined in neon, the owners wanted a very sleek building to contrast with the surrounding desert area. The front and back entry areas are lushly landscaped with water features and the lobby is done in mahogany as an upscale statement of Southwest colors.
Newport Beach, CA
This small office building was sited on the inside curve of a street and needed a unique shape that would establish it's presence.
This Phoenix Plaza is a corporate office park whichconsists of two 20 story granite clad towers, a 26 story tower and an adjoining hotel and parking structure.
Envisioned as ground sculpture to be seen from the surrounding office towers the restaurant is partially hidden below large grassy berms.The restaurant's structure is all white stone with the abstract arch and bell the only signature element of Taco Bell.
The Albuquerque Journal is the largest newspaper in New Mexico. This large facility echoes the forms and colors of the surrounding area, while the press room were finished in a high tech aesthetic in keeping with the nature of the presses.
Envisioned as a truly planned city with pedestrian friendly streets, the Goodyear City plan was planned around carefully designed vehicular and pedestrian systems that would encourage the growth of a higher density urban core
In the original master plan for the Irvine Spectrum, there was a proposal to create a grand boulevard or urban street that was meant to become the 5th Avenue of Southern California. Lined with retail, restaurants, office space and housing, the street would become an armature for a true mixed use urban experience.
Newport Beach, CA
A massing model study to establish a overall landscape concept and development hierarchy for Fashion Island.
Yorba Linda, CA
San Jose, CA
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library and final resting place of Richard Milhous Nixon, the 37th President of the United States. On site is the original house built by President Nixon's father, where President Nixon was born and lived in his early youth.
This entry was one of nine finalists in a national competition and is located in an open park in downtown San Jose.
Each branch of the service is represented by a large “sail” made of thousands of stainless steel military i.d. tags that have been stitched together. Each sail slowly rotates and the i.d. tags are continuously bathed in water that cascades from the top of each yard arm.
A circular bench on one side of the site allows visitors to sit and reflect as the names of fallen veterans are heard from speakers within.