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We are proud of the recognition our projects have received, reflecting how design innovation can have a meaningful impact and will help lead our world to a more sustainable, productive future.

06.04.21

Dubai Residence featured on e-architect

Our Dubai Residence, which is currently under-construction, has been recently featured on e-architect. A snippet from the article on e-architect: “The simplicity of its serene stone-clad exterior is expressed as flush, planar, and protective. At the same time, areas of perforated openings punctuate the surfaces, hinting at the interior and […]

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06.03.21

Tramonto Hardbound Publication – Coming Summer 2021

The critical acclaim of our Tramonto Residence prompted a hand-crafted book published by ORO Editions. Available this summer, the Tramonto Hardbound Publication includes an in-depth look at the detail, craft, and process that defines the Tramonto Residence. The monograph highlights the photography of Fernando Guerra and Rover Davies alongside an […]

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06.02.21

ShubinDonaldson at 2021 Venice Biennale Hosted by ECC

ShubinDonaldson will be participating in ECC’s  Time Space Existence Exhibition at this year’s Venice Architectural Biennale. The exhibition titled “Constructed Topography” presents an up-close look at the construction process of Pepper Hill Villa (Concept and Ideation by Bruce Heavin and Robin Donaldson, AIA). In partnership with MATT Construction, the installation features a […]

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05.21.21

925 La Brea featured on Rethinking The Future

Our award-winning 925 La Brea commercial project has been recently featured on Rethinking The Future. Check out the full story below: A snippet from the article on Rethinking The Future: “925 N La Brea is a six-story mixed-use urban infill development in the Hollywood Media District, and is one of […]

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05.20.21

Skyline Residence featured on Rethinking The Future

Our award-winning Skyline Residence has been recently featured on Rethinking The Future. Check out the full story below: A snippet from the article on Rethinking The Future: “The main challenge was to “wedge” this home into a narrow complex shape of constraints and opportunities provided by the hillside site, zoning […]

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05.19.21

Toro Canyon Residence featured on e-architect

Our award-winning Toro Canyon Residence has been recently featured on e-architect. Check out the full story below: Toro Canyon Residence, Montecito, California – e-architect “The Toro Canyon Residence on a 10-acre site is approached via a narrow, tree covered drive, ending at a small clearing with views of the Pacific Ocean […]

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05.18.21

Tramonto Residence featured on Rethinking The Future

Our award-winning Tramonto Residence has been recently featured on Rethinking The Future. Check out the full story below: A snippet from the article on Rethinking The Future: “Tramonto Residence negotiates the challenging topography through defined massing and a natural, elegant material palette. The design of the residence exemplifies the principles […]

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03.10.21

Lecture at Art Center on March 9th

On March 9th, Dr. F. Myles Sciotto spoke in an online lecture for Art Center College of Design students – discussing the importance of trans-disciplinary thinking and making in our profession. Follow our efforts on our R+D Instagram.

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12.22.20

Tramonto Residence wins 2020 Architectural Lighting Design Awards

Taking part in this year’s 2020 Architectural Lighting Design Awards, Architect Magazine recognized ShubinDonaldson’s Tramonto Residence with a Commendable Achievement for Whole Building Lighting Design. The residence’s award-winning lighting design was in partnership with HLB Lighting Design and was described on Architect Magazine: “There’s this beautiful consistency in the way the […]

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11.08.20

AIA SB Tour at Pepper Hill Residence

Founding Partner Robin Donaldson, AIA gave a Hard Hat Tour of our Pepper Hill Residence on November 6th for the AIA SB. More about the Pepper Hill Residence: What if a modern architectural estate could blend into its ridge top ocean view site and “disappear” into the natural topography? The house sits at the top […]

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