The iconic Century Towers: An artful homage to history

Few cities in the world can boast such a varied collection of iconic landmarks the way that Los Angeles can. From the Hollywood sign to Santa Monica Pier, Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Case Study Houses, there are so many universally recognizable “L.A.” symbols. We love that about this city. As diverse and widespread… Read more »

Enduring Endeavors and the Feldman Legacy

  Design, unlike many career paths, is often chosen out of passion –  less a desire, and more of a need, to create. It is a career that rarely has a clear directive and requires a certain kind of professional flexibility, a willingness to try and err and try again. The glamour of revealing a… Read more »

Construction is Underway! Sneak Peak at 6th Helena.

We’re excited to see this next phase of our luxury residential project in Brentwood. This private family home is a dream project for us. It’s basically everyone’s dream home, and soon enough it will be a reality for the client (and our portfolio, of course). Not to glaze over the less glamorous parts – this… Read more »

An Everyday Retreat for the Whole Family

Nestled in the hills of Mount Olympus, West Hollywood, Zorada Court is a new residence designed for L.A. family-friendly living at its best. The panoramic views are breathtaking, with the City at one vantage and the canyons in the other. But the real luxury is the simple elegance of the residence’s design and exterior living… Read more »

Featured In: World Landscape Case Studies

We are very excited to have one of our projects featured in the World Landscape Case Studies book, for The Best Villa Garden Landscape.

An inside look at Landscape Architecture: The Design Process

Interview by Linsi Brownson, Spark Collaborative In previous interviews with John Feldman of Ecocentrix Landscape Architecture, we have talked about perceptions inside and outside of the industry, and the importance and struggle of communicating within a large team.  In a continuation of our chat, I prodded John to find out what his process looks like… Read more »

An inside look at Landscape Architecture: The Truth about Teamwork

Interview by Linsi Brownson, Spark Collaborative In Part 1 of my interview with John Feldman, the Principal of Ecocentrix Landscape Architecture, we talked a bit about form vs function and what makes landscape architecture important to design projects.  Today I want to know the dirty truth, ahem, the complications that commonly arise during a project… Read more »

An inside look at Landscape Architecture: Featuring John Feldman of Ecocentrix

Interview by Linsi Brownson, Spark Collaborative I sat down with John Feldman, the founder and Principal of Ecocentrix Landscape Architecture in Los Angeles, to challenge my own understanding of what a landscape architect does, and get a professional perspective on an interesting industry. L: Los Angeles is a city where people often introduce themselves as “what… Read more »

Why collaboration between Architects and Landscape Architects is key

  In a previous post titled ‘Why should I hire a Landscape Architect?’ we took a look at the specific value that a landscape architect brings to the table, and why they should be part of every major project.   The very phrase ‘bring to the table’ indicates a collaborative effort, which is a core… Read more »