“Breathing new life into a classic terraced building, owners Ocean West Capital Partners and Westbrook Partners have retained top Los Angeles architect Shubin + Donaldson to [re]position 1640 Sepulveda as a boutique building catering to tenants desiring ample on-site parking, private outdoor areas, tall exposed ceilings and easy access from all directions. Offering up to…
posted on: January 23rd, 2015
Construction is under way for The Ranch, a repositioning project in the central San Fernando Valley activating a complex of mid-century warehouses into a campus of creative offices, retail, and eateries. Historically the site was once a large ranch which inspired the design as it reinvigorated the existing warehouses by employing references to the ranch…
posted on: December 12th, 2014
Our client, famed philanthropist Eli Broad wanted a different kind of office. He told Leslie McKenzie of DuJour magazine, “I wanted all white, all open, all the light”. Shubin + Donaldson designed a sun-soaked 25,000-square-foot space that houses the 80-person team that makes up the Broad Family Office, the Broad Center and the Broad Education…
posted on: November 11th, 2014
Murad teamed up with Shubin + Donaldson Architects to create their first flagship store in the heart of Los Angeles. The 1,500 square foot storefront introduces a technology driven retail experience to the beauty brand, while further educating and giving health and beauty insight to others.
posted on: November 6th, 2014
S+D designed the contemporary office interior for Spark44, aligning the overall design with their company culture – contemporary, cool, and relaxed.
posted on: October 13th, 2014
Shubin + Donaldson Architects is working with Jay Belson Luxury Development on Bellagio Way Residence, a 25,000 sf high-end spec home in Bel Air. An ad for the luxury home was featured in C-Suite Quarterly’s Fall 2014 issue.
posted on: October 6th, 2014
Partner Russell Shubin and Principal Sieglinde Pukke were at the AIA OC Design Awards Gala to accept the Residential Merit Award for 3388 Via Lido This year’s AIA OC Design Awards Gala was held at Newport Beach Civic Center on September 18, 2014. Speaker Alan Hess presented the history of architecture in Orange County before…
posted on: September 25th, 2014
This infinity edge pool design for a residence in Santa Barbara beautifully merges with the view of the Pacific Ocean, extending to infinity.
posted on: September 23rd, 2014
Shubin + Donaldson Architects is honored to be the recipient of an AIA OC Design Award for 3388 Via Lido, a renovation and change in-use project in Newport Beach. This year’s jury participants included Michael W. Folonis, FAIA, Linda Pollari, and Mark Rios, FAIA, FASLA. Via Lido was awarded the Merit Award for built residential/commercial projects.
posted on: September 17th, 2014
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.