Other noteworthy honorees included the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles for its adaptive reuse of the historic Spanish Gothic style United Artists building, in the "Hospitality" category; the newly renovated Forum in Inglewood, in the "Preservation" category; the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Nike Air Force Black And White
"This year winners demonstrate that Los Angeles continues to attract innovative design and building professionals who foster economic development, community growth and clean technology," said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. Rep. Xavier Becerra, Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, presented the event annual Community Impact award to 51 stakeholders supporting the revitalization of the 51 mile Los Angeles River, one of the region most significant cultural and environmental resources. Army Corps of Engineers announced support for a $1 billion proposal to restore a portion of the river, which flows from the San Fernando Valley to the ocean in Long Beach.
in partnership with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti office. The award was created in recognition of a growing alliance in international trade, education and business between Los Angeles and Mexico City, and acknowledges years of outstanding sustainable building practices and expertise. The category will be open for project submissions next year.
Beverly Hills, in Nike Air Force Flyknit the "Civic" category; and Tongva Park in Santa Monica, which was honored with the Landscape Architecture Award.
The event organizers also announced the establishment of the International Sustainability Award, a new category created Nike Air Force 25th Anniversary
"We proud to add the International Sustainability Award to our annual lineup for this event, honoring a mutual interest in excellent and sustainable design between Los Angeles and our sister city, Mexico City," said LABC Chairman and Psomas President Jacob Lipa. "The world renowned projects we honored today have brought millions of dollars and thousands of jobs into our regional economy, and we look forward to honoring projects in Mexico City that carry the same vision and economic benefits starting next year."
LA River Recognized For Exceptional Community Impact At 44th Annual LABC Architectural Awards
The Grand Prize went to Emerson College LA Campus in Hollywood, designed by Morphosis under direction of the Pritzker Prize winning architect Thom Mayne. The innovative, 107,000 square foot complex on Sunset Boulevard consists of two 10 story towers with interconnecting bridges, terrace and a helipad, with an exterior shell consisting of metal fins that utilize weather sensors to let in maximum natural light and maintain an ideal indoor temperature. The new facility establishes a permanent home for the college undergraduate internship program in the entertainment industry.
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LOS ANGELES, June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Today, project teams behind three dozen of the most innovative design projects throughout the region were honored at the 44th annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards, one of the top celebrations of cutting edge design and architecture in Southern California. More than 500 design and building professionals attended the event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, which was moderated by Sam Lubell, West Coast Editor of The Architect Newspaper, and hosted by the Los Angeles Business Council. County. Selected by a jury of 25 notable design and building professionals, the award categories represent a wide range of building types, from hospitals to performing arts centers to affordable housing complexes and single family homes. All of the winning projects were recognized for achieving premier standard of excellence in design, commitment to sustainability and Nike Air Force Black And Green
For the third year in a row, the Architectural Awards featured a design contest among the top seven architecture schools in Los Angeles County, who each selected three students to participate in an intensive three day competition in February to develop a vision and design for The REEF, a transit oriented community hub in downtown Los Angeles with retail, residential, boutique hotel and gallery uses. An elite jury of eight leading architects, chaired by Joseph DeTuno of Next Century Associates and Brooke Lauter of Lauter + Gallagher, selected the team from Woodbury University as the winner of this year competition, who submitted a project entitled "ECHO. Logic." The team from Cal Poly Pomona won an honorable mention.
House Democratic Caucus Chair Xavier Becerra honors 51 stakeholders supporting river revitalization; Ultramodern Emerson College campus in Hollywood wins Grand Prize; Dozens of innovative projects honored for high achievement in design and sustainability
SOURCE Los Angeles Business Council
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