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August 1, 2022
Remote Control Productions 1523
Design: nonzero\architecture
Remote Control Productions 1523 Santa Monica
photo : Juergen Nogai
Remote Control Productions 1523
The Remote Control Productions 1523 project includes two large state-of-the-art music composition and recording suites plus sixteen small audio production studios with lounge and auxiliary areas. A very dense studio layout required careful acoustic planning.

Dec 15, 2021
Echelon Studios, Santa Monica Boulevard
Design: RIOS
Echelon Studios Santa Monica Boulevard building design
image © Kilograph
Echelon Studios Santa Monica Boulevard Building
In a constantly evolving content creation industry, there has been a growing need for modern facilities that embrace the practical needs of film and TV production while still fostering the bustling, creative energy that fuels Hollywood’s creative industries. Rising to meet this challenge, BARDAS Investment Group commissioned innovative Los Angeles design firm RIOS to create a new paradigm for production facilities that would reimagine the Hollywood studio lot for the next generation of producers and creative teams.

Mar 2, 2021
Villa Ruchello
Villa Ruchello Santa-Monica
photography : Jacob Burghart and Cris Nolasco
Villa Ruchello, Santa Monica Luxury Home
One of Santa Monica’s most historic homes – secluded behind antique iron gates with hand-painted ceilings and a secret onyx-walled speakeasy – Villa Ruchello is for sale at $50m. Built in 1932, Villa Ruchello’s owner, Shane Smith, executive chairman of Vice Media, has poured millions into the mansion to preserve and enhance its Old World craftsmanship while updating the home to today’s standards.

Mar 12, 2020
Santa Monica City Services Building
Architect: Frederick Fisher and Partners
Santa Monica City Services Building California
photo © Takashige Ikawa, Courtesy Frederick Fisher and Partners
Santa Monica City Services Building, CA
Opening to the public in April 2020, the 50,200 square foot Santa Monica City Services Building offers a transformative example of sustainable building design, thinking and foresight into the numerous challenges that will confront cities in the next century. Designed by Frederick Fisher and Partners (FF&P) along with engineering firm BuroHappold Engineering and general contractor Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co., the Santa Monica City Services Building will be the largest civic building of this density in the world to fulfill the Living Building Challenge, the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive green building standard.

Oct 20, 2020
Vertical Courtyard
Design: Montalba Architects
Vertical Courtyard Residence Santa Monica
photograph : Kevin Scott
Vertical Courtyard Residence
Montalba Architects completed construction on Founding Principal David Montalba’s personal residence thoughtfully designed around a Vertical Courtyard concept. The 5,450 square-foot, three-story home seamlessly merges the indoors and outdoors while vertically expanding to create a coexisting structure with the surrounding neighborhood.

East Channel Residence
Architect: ShubinDonaldson
New Residence Santa Monica
photograph : Ciro CoelhoP
East Channel Residence
This sustainably-minded project to prove that a green home can have both beautiful design and rigorous environmental aspirations, without making compromises on either front.

Jan 23, 2017
The Gehry Residence – House in Santa Monica

Jan 5, 2017 Headquarters

Nov 30, 2016
Sechoir+ Salon

Nov 29, 2016
The Middle House

Nov 10, 2016

Oct 23, 2016
Rainbow House

Sep 3, 2014
Bay Street House

Mar 4, 2013
Ocean Avenue Project, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Waterfront
Design: Gehry Partners, LLP
Ocean Avenue Project Los Angeles Waterfront
image © Gehry Partners, LLP
Ocean Avenue Project Santa Monica
“After 25 years, I am excited to finally design a project in my hometown of 40 years,” said Frank Gehry, Gehry Partners. “The site is on Ocean Avenue, which has always stood out to me as the face of the City. The addition of ground level restaurants, retail and a museum in this location has the potential to reinvigorate Ocean Avenue, and could be a catalyst for more public amenities along Ocean Avenue.”

Santa Monica Architecture

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Santa Monica Buildings, California, USA. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed Santa Monica buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across southern California. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Major Santa Monica Building Designs, alphabetical:

Cherokee Lofts
Design: Pugh + Scarpa
Cherokee Lofts Santa Monica
picture : John Edward Linden
Cherokee Lofts, western Los Angeles

Design: XTEN Architecture
Santa Monica house
picture from architects
Santa Monica house

Santa Monica City Hall Building
Date built: 1939
Design: Donald B. Parkinson and Joseph M. Estep

Santa Monica Civic Center Parking Structure
Design:Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
Location: Fourth Street / Olympic Drive

Santa Monica Courthouse
Date built: 1956
Design:Maurice H. Fleishman

Ocean Breeze, Santa Monica Housing
Design:atelier V : architecture
Ocean Breeze Housing
photo : Nataliaphotostudio
Santa Monica Housing

Santa Monica offices building
Date built: 2008
Design:Pugh + Scarpa

Santa Monica Public Safety Building
Date built: 2003
Design:Yazdani Studio/Cannon Design

Step Up on Fifth, Santa Monica
Design:Pugh + Scarpa
Step Up on Fifth
photograph : John Edward Linden
Step Up on Fifth

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Design: Richard Meier & Partners

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