Architecture firm Johnson Fain, founded by College of Environmental Design alumni Scott Johnson, FAIA (B.Arch '72), and William H. Fain, Jr., FAIA (B.Arch '68), has received recognition for numerous projects this year.
The Blossom Plaza project, located in Los Angeles’ Chinatown District, received the following recognitions:
- Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Award-Gold
- Downtown News, Downtowners of Distinction-Chinatown Prize
- Downtown Breakfast Club-Rose
“The architecture of Blossom Plaza, while contemporary, is defined by shape and color panels drawing inspiration from the signature elements of traditional Chinese architecture.”
To read more about the Blossom Plaza Project, click here.
The Runway at Playa Vista project, located in Los Angeles, received the following recognitions:
- Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Award-Silver
- Los Angeles Business Council Architectural Award
“Runway at Playa Vista is the new vertically mixed-use social and retail destination of Playa Vista. The project is a vibrant urban district for locals of Silicon Beach to shop, dine, entertain, live and work.”
To read more about the Runway at Playa Vista project, click here.
The Wall House project, located in Ojai, California, received the following recognition:
“This 5,000 square foot house sits on a 12 acre low-lying meadow surrounded on two sides by creeks which stream from the Los Padres National Forest into the nearby Ventura River.”
To read more about the Wall House project, click here.
The West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Campus Master Plan, located in West Los Angeles, received the following recognition:
“The Draft Master Plan for the West Los Angeles VA Campus is a framework that will guide VA in determining and implementing the most effective use of the campus for Veterans, particularly for homeless Veterans, including underserved populations such as female Veterans, aging Veterans, and those who are severely physically or mentally disabled.”
To read more about the Veterans Affairs Campus Master Plan, click here.