The residential work of Shubin + Donaldson blurs the line between indoor & outdoor living in Southern California by featuring architectural elements that seamlessly flow into each other. Large sliding glass doors open up indoor living spaces and make the homes seem more spacious and expand into the nature. Below are three examples of S+D’s residential work that blur the line between indoor & outdoor living.

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Blurring the Line Between Indoor & Outdoor Living in SoCal

Sustainable design has largely become a greater responsibility for the architects of today and the future. Due to the importance of climate change and its effects on the environment, a demand for sustainably sourced materials and energy efficient buildings is becoming more prominent in architecture.

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Sustainable Design: Environmentally Friendly Offices

Construction is well under way for Park Place, a creative office building adaptive re-use project in El Segundo, California. The buildingĀ is expected to be finished in the next two weeks. This project takes a concrete Cold War warrior bunker and makes it a Digital Age dream. It features elements that bring a new life to…

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Creative Office Building: Park Place Construction Progress

Shubin + Donaldson Architects recently finished this modern office renovation project in El Segundo, California. The revisioning of this five story commercial office building began with an assessment of its basic stratified geometry and how the articulation of the simple bands of fenestration could mimic the analog patterning of data such as Morse code drawing reference from the digital intelligence, electronic surveillance, and defense technology efforts that formerly inhabited the originally commissioned building.

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Modern Office Renovation Complete: 2101 El Segundo