Lehrer Architects transform an old warehouse into their own work space PDF Print Email
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Thursday, 03 April 2008 02:31

LA_Lehrer Office_01.jpgLehrer Architects transformed the 7,300-square-foot, 50-year-old warehouse building into a working space of light, air, and transparency.

Although the office would specifically house architects, the firm designed a multi-purpose space that simply and clearly honors the rudiments of work: vast work surfaces, massive natural light, seamless connections to the landscape and fresh air, generous storage, and clearly individuated workstations that add up to a coherent, palpable group.  Immediately drawn into the architecture, the visitor realizes that it is about the beauty of making architecture.

The project just received the 2008 Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the national organization of The American Institute of Architects, which was recently announced.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 13:14
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