Phasing Strategy for KAFD Begins

Next steps in phasing strategy for KAFD Environs Study have begun, addressing connectivity and sustainability. Zohair Alghamdi of Skyscraper City KSA recently interviewed Principal, Shane Coen of Coen + Partners about the KAFD Environs Study; a project in Riyadh whose goals address the objectives established by the Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) by establishing a clear principles…

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Phasing Strategy for KAFD Begins

  S+D Receives Honorable Mention from Architect’s Newspaper Shubin + Donaldson Architects is honored to have received an “Honorable Mention” from Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards for their work on La Peer; a property situated on an infill urban lot in West Hollywood and constructed partly during the 40s and 50s. For AN’s third annual…

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S+D Receives Honorable Mention from Architect’s Newspaper

Purchase your tickets for the AIA SB ArchitecTours. Robin Donaldson’s modern addition prototype for his family home – the CL:20 will be featured in this year’s Santa Barbara AIA ArchitecTours. The AIA SB ArchitecTours, a celebration of local architecture, will showcase nine homes and businesses. Each of the nine projects features an intriguing personal or…

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Purchase Your Tickets for the AIA SB ArchitecTours

Westcliff Drive Newport Beach Renovation

Westcliff Drive Newport Beach Renovation. Shubin + Donaldson is working with Burnham-Ward Properties, a Newport Beach-based commercial real estate development firm to renovate the Castaway Commons office building at 1617 Westcliff Drive in Newport Beach to fit in with the revitalization of nearby 17th Street in Costa Mesa. The two-story building, called Castaway Commons, is…

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Westcliff Drive Newport Beach Renovation

Transforming Forgotten Buildings

Shubin + Donaldson Architects has worked on various adaptive re-use and renovation projects throughout Los Angeles, revitalizing old forgotten buildings and transforming them into something unique and meaningful.

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Transforming Forgotten Buildings