Book Signing and Discussion with California Architects Shubin + Donaldson PDF Print Email
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Wednesday, 24 March 2010 06:27


Shubin_Donaldson
What: Book/author event for Live + Work: Modern Homes and Offices: The Southern California Architecture of Shubin + Donaldson

Architects Russell Shubin, AIA, and Robin Donaldson, AIA, will sign and discuss their new book Live + Work (ORO editions), featuring 23 distinctive projects spanning 1998 to 2009. The event coincides with the Miracle Mile Art Walk, and the gallery will remain open for the walk’s official after-party

When: Saturday, April 17, 6-8PM – book event (comments from Shubin and Donaldson at 7PM) 8-10PM – after-party

Where: Edward Cella Art + Architecture, Los Angeles - 6018 Wilshire Boulevard, LA, CA 90036

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 March 2010 07:09
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Shubin + Donaldson - Santa Barbara Riviera Residence PDF Print Email
Houses
Monday, 12 November 2007 00:00

Shubin + Donaldson Riviera Residence - Front View


When owners Geoffrey Moore and Genie Gable commissioned Architects Shubin + Donaldson to design this three-level Residence located in ‘The Riviera’ area of Santa-Barbara in California, they had searched for more than a year to find a site that met their exacting and almost contradictory requirements.



Geoffrey Moore is an international businessman and writer who, when not traveling, splits his work time between a home office in Santa Barbara and a corporate office 85 miles south in Santa Monica.  He wanted a shaded, quiet office space filled with cutting-edge technology for global communication where he could write without distraction.  His wife is the principal of Genie Gable Interior Design, and a graduate of the Professional Design Program at UCLA. She sought sun-filled spaces with unimpeded views of the nearby Pacific Ocean and, at night, the city lights of Santa Barbara.

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 December 2009 16:48
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Shubin + Donaldson - Montecito Residence PDF Print Email
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Monday, 14 January 2008 03:18

Montecito_Residence_01.jpg

 

The customer for the Montecito Residence is a retired couple with a substantial art collection. Designed by California based architects Shubin + Donaldson, it is built in upscale community of Montecito, California, adjacent to Santa Barbara, on a site that features beautiful mountain and ocean views.

The program called for a new, three-bedroom residence built from the ground up that would accommodate art collection in a restrained and economical yet modern building.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 21 December 2009 15:38
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Shubin + Donaldson Architects - Urban SPA in Malibu PDF Print Email
Hospitality
Thursday, 17 December 2009 00:00

Urban_Spa_Bonner_01The overarching concept for this 2,900-square-foot beach-side modern house was to transform it into an urban spa-like retreat. The house is perched along Malibu’s Pacific Coast Highway, and features access to beach in the back. A transitional interior entry courtyard, laid with rectangular cement pavers and bordered by smooth river rock and tufted grasses, introduces the primary design element of the home—a seamless union between interior and exterior spaces, with crisp linear architecture, ambulating plan, and visual access throughout.

From the entry courtyard, an original space accented by a white grid of window panes houses dining room. The graphic grid is echoed by geometric pattern of the cabinets and shelves that lead into the minimal kitchen. True to the open plan, the kitchen seamlessly overlooks the main living space.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 February 2010 08:52
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Shubin+Donaldson Architects - Bentley Residence PDF Print Email
Houses
Friday, 20 May 2011 07:35

Shubin+Donaldson have just sent us another of their meticulously designed houses. As with the other homes that we featured from this California based Architects notice here a peculiar attention to details that brings each individual space to life.
Bentley2This residence in Bel Air was designed on a site that was formerly occupied by the home that the clients raised their family in. Their intimate knowledge of the location and its sense of place guided the design of the new residence.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 16:29
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