3101 West Coast Highway awarded Honor Award at 2022 SCDF Design & Philanthropy Awards

Our 3101 West Coast Highway project was awarded an Honor Award in the Adaptive Reuse category at the 2022 SCDF Design & Philanthropy Awards. Held on December 13th at the California Club, the SCDF (Southern California Development Forum) Design & Philanthropy Awards recognizes the contributions and commitment to the business environment and the communities of Southern California.  Led by Founding Partner Russell Shubin, AIA our 3101 West Coast Highway project renovated a Cape Cod-style building into a modern marine coast aesthetic.

 

Award Winning Commercial Architecture Renovation 3101 PCH in Newport Beach

 

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3101 West Coast Highway

Carla Ridge featured on Architectural Digest

Our Carla Ridge project is a featured project in Architectural Digest’s web-exclusive home tour series. Read Online.

Written by Troy J. McMullen with architectural photography by Douglas Friedman, the article titled “Inside a Stunning Modern Home That’s Perched at the Very Top of Beverly Hills” tells the story of how this midcentury-modernist project came to be. Click the link to learn more about this house here.

Cover Photo by Douglas Friedman

Confidential Technology Company awarded Honor Award at 2022 AIA SB Design Awards

Our Confidential Technology Company project was awarded the 2022 AIA SB Design Honor Award in the Commercial Interiors category. Held on December 1st, the AIA Santa Barbara Design Awards program recognizes design excellence in architecture, residential architecture, restoration/renovation, and urban design. Led by Founding Partner Robin Donaldson, AIA our Confidential Technology Company project transforms a suburban office park into a maker-space for the future of computing. You can view the announcement for the project along with other winners of the AIA SB Design Awards HERE.

 

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Confidential Technology Company | ShubinDonaldson

Hill House wins ACI SoCal Decorative Concrete Award

Our Hill House project was awarded the 2022 ACI SoCal Decorative Concrete Award. Held on November 11th at the Banc of California Stadium, the ACI SoCal Chapter (ACISCC) Concrete Awards celebrates the most outstanding recent concrete construction feats in the Southern California region. Led by Founding Partner Robin Donaldson, AIA our highly anticipated Hill House project asks the question “What if a modern architectural estate could blend into its ridge top ocean view site and “disappear” into the natural topography?”

You can view the announcement for the project along with other winners of the 2022 ACISCC Concrete Awards HERE.

3101 West Coast Highway awarded Citation Award at 2022 AIA OC Design Awards

Our 3101 West Coast Highway project was awarded the 2022 AIA OC Design Citation Award in the Commercial Built category. Held on October 13th at the newly completed Orange County Museum of Art, the AIA OC Design Awards celebrates exceptional work by exceptional architects in the Orange County region. Led by Founding Partner Russell Shubin, AIA our 3101 West Coast Highway project renovated a Cape Cod-style building into a modern marine coast aesthetic. You can view the announcement for the project along with other winners of the AIA OC Design Awards HERE.

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3101 West Coast Highway

Confidential Technology Company featured in The Riv Magazine

Our Confidential Technology Company project is the featured cover story in the fall issue of The RIV Magazine. Read Online.

The article spotlights Founding Partner Robin Donaldson’s work on our Confidential Technology Company project. Written by Les Firestein, the article titled “Are Robin Donaldson & Google’s Erik Lucero today’s Louis Kahn & Jonas Salk?” tells the collaborative and playful history of how the project came to be and how a non-descript structure was upcycled into “Santa Barbara’s answer to the Salk Institute”.

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Confidential Technology Company | ShubinDonaldson

Toro Canyon featured in My House Idea

Our Toro Canyon Residence has been recently featured in MyHouseIdea !

A snippet from the article:

“What if a home could be built to be environmentally resilient, wildfire resistant, and yet comfortable and open to the extraordinary ocean view site?…designed by ShubinDonaldson on a 10-acre site is approached via a narrow, tree covered drive, ending at a small clearing with views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands. The residence is sited on axis with the canyon and views beyond. ”

 

 

 

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Toro Canyon Residence | ShubinDonaldson

Wakecrest Residence featured in Amazing Architecture

Our Wakecrest Residence has been recently featured in Amazing Architecture!

A snippet from the article:

“The Wakecrest Residence is a residential renovation exercising the deliberate peeling back and distilling of an original 1962 enclosure organized around a dramatic 180-degree view over the Pacific Ocean in Malibu California. Exposing and refinishing particular features of the existing structure such as the irregular-width wood ceiling boards lining the iconic pitched roof celebrate the memory of the former structure. ”

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Wakecrest Residence | ShubinDonaldson

BCG featured in General Contractor Magazine

Our Boston Consulting Group project, BCG, has been recently featured in General Contractor Magazine!

A snippet from the article:

“Working in creative partnership with Boston Consulting Group, ShubinDonaldson assisted BCG in evoking its company ethos of “unlimited possibilities” for its Los Angeles west coast headquarters by creating an office with uninterrupted 360° vistas. ”

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Boston Consulting Group | ShubinDonaldson

Toro Canyon featured in Amazing Architecture

Our Toro Canyon Residence has been recently featured in Amazing Architecture !

A snippet from the article:

“What if a home could be built to be environmentally resilient, wildfire resistant, and yet comfortable and open to the extraordinary ocean view site?…Constructed of laminated glass beams and roof panels, with glass doors, the entry space is conceptualized as a transparent exterior connection between the private and public wings of the house. ”

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Toro Canyon Residence | ShubinDonaldson