Hawthorne, California 6,000 square feet This commercial building combines split-faced concrete block with an integrated steel frame. This structural system allows the use of large glass areas and steel canopies, which are rarely seen with concrete block construction. The canopies, supported by diagonal steel struts, allow plenty of natural light to enter the offices, while eliminating […]
Lawndale, California 12,000 square feet The owner of Lucky’s Glass Company had three goals for his new building. First, It had to make use of glass in an interesting way. Second, the building had to be simple and relatively inexpensive to construct. Third, it had to be secure at night without looking oppressive. Our project succeeded […]
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Los Angeles, California 82,000 square feet. HAX Basketball Club was developed from an existing warehouse in a mixed-use area. The basketball and volleyball courts are used for training, youth leagues, and large tournaments. Fasola Architects designed the basic layout of all court and training areas, the locker rooms, the public and private areas, and obtained two […]
Contemporary live/work creative space.