1. Residential Projects
2. Commercial and Other Projects.


(Square Footage Range: 2,200 to 9,800)

  • Lamm Residence; Sherman Oaks, California.
  • Winn Residence; Los Angeles, California.
  • Triesault Residence A; Hollywood, California.
  • Triesault Residence B; Hollywood, California
  • Cardiner Residence; West Hollywood, California.
  • Danials Residence; Westwood, California.
  • Lima Residence; Woodland Hills, California.
  • Velis Residence; Bel Air, California.
  • Weissman Residence; Beverly Hills, California.
  • Lisson Residence; Los Angeles, California.
  • Goldenberg Residence; Bell Canyon, California.
  • Stomel Residence; Thousand Oaks, California.
  • Siber Residence; Calabasas, California.
  • Cochran Residence; Los Feliz, California.
  • Krebs Residence; Anaheim, California.
  • Anderson Residence; Santa Ana, California.
  • Watt Residence; Santa Clarita, California.
  • Agrama Residence, Hollywood, California.
  • McCormack Residence; Santa Monica, California.
  • Noel Residence; West Los Angeles, California.
  • Hamilton Residence; Santa Clarita, California.
  • Kraemer Residence; Sherman Oaks, California
  • Moussavi-Bock Residence; Seattle, Washington
  • Adler Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Neveu Residence; Encino, California
  • Rund Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Michelson Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Cole - Kellogg Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Do Residence: Bellevue, Washington
  • Domanico Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Harrison - Ward Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Kelly Residence: Seattle, Washington
  • Freeman Residence: Lake Chelan, Washington
  • Claudio Residence: Bellevue, Washington


(Square Footage Range: 24,000 to 78,000)

  • Casa Familia Family Housing; Los Angeles, California.
  • Casa Central Family Housing; Los Angeles, California.
  • Gentry North; North Hollywood, California.
  • Villa Nueva Family Housing; Los Angeles, California
  • Cochran Villa Family Housing; Los Angeles, California
  • Triangle Housing (transitional housing for homeless families); Los Angeles, California.
  • Argyle Courts (housing family with AIDS); Hollywood, California.
  • Strong Mansion (transitional housing); Los Angeles, California.
  • Harmony Village; North Hollywood, California.
  • Parthenia Courts I; Panorama City, California
  • Parthenia Courts II; Panorama City, California.
  • McCormack Apartment Building; Santa Monica, California.
  • Brandt Apartment Building; Canoga Park, California.
  • Trinity Way Apartments; Lynnwood, Washington


(Square Footage Range: 6,000 to 85,000)

  • Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter, 90-Bed Shelter for Homeless Men, Women and Children; North Hollywood, California.
  • Gramercy Place, 30-bed Shelter for Homeless Families; Los Angeles, California.
  • House of Ruth, 30-Bed Shelter for Battered Women; Los Angeles, California.
  • Los Angeles Youth Network, 30-Bed Shelter for Teens; Los Angeles, California.
  • Bet Tzedek Legal Services; North Hollywood, California.
  • Valley Senior Storefront; North Hollywood, California.
  • Organizational for the Needs of the Elderly (O.N.E.) Intergenerational Center; Van Nuys, California.
  • People Assisting The Homeless (P.A.T.H.) 30-Bed Homeless Shelter and Community Center; West Los Angeles, California.
  • CRI-HELP and Big Brother (Bingo Hall); Sun Valley, California.
  • 34-United Assisted Housing; Sonora, California
  • 61-Unit Assisted Housing; Fallbrook, California
  • 84-Unit Assisted Housing; Carmichael, California