34 Los Angeles Architects


This exhibition illustrated the spirit and enterprise of a group of 34 LA architects highlighting important issues in their collective bodies of work. It was a wide representation of an open-ended view of modernist architecture in the fertile architectural ground of Los Angeles – a cutting edge 21st century city.The 34 participants represent the full spectrum of architectural offices, from small to midsize to large.The participating firms were:Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects Pugh + Scarpa Steven Ehrlich Architects John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects Marmol Radziner and Associates William Adams Architects Chu & Gooding David Lawrence Gray Architects SPF: architects Hodgetts & Fung Design Associates TurnerMeis & Associates Mark Mack Barton Myers Associates Richard Meier Partners Studio Works Architects Perkins & Will Neil M. Denari Architects Shubin + Donaldson Randall Stout Architects Clive Wilkinson Architects Jeffrey Daniels Architects Michael Maltzan Architects Angelil Graham Pfenninger Scholl Architecture Frederick Fisher & Partners Architects Cannon Design Koning Eizenberg Architecture Greg Lynn Form Moore Ruble Yudell Escher GuneWardena Central Office of Architecture Rios Clementi Hale Studios George Yu Architects Predock Frane.

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LA Times report / review of the exhibition. Pinterest entry from EGG’s potfolio (removed) on their graphic design work for the exhibit. LAist reporting on the exhibit. Event mention in Architectural Record 01 (2005)

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