In The News
Our work has been recognized by the Los Angeles Conservancy!
Cavallo Point and Inn at the Presidio are part of an upcoming Luxury Hotel Tour!
KALW 91.7FM in San Francisco, part of the NPR Digital Network, is airing a segment on the Coit Tower restoration!
Citiscope's newest urban innovation feature story is up, and the subject is the SurveyLA project!
Assembly Bill 1999, which would authorize up to a 30% state income tax credit for the rehabilitation of certified historic structures, is moving to two State Senate committees for the next round of hearings. Join us in our support!
We are excited to announce that in the inaugural year of the Docomomo US Modernism in America Awards, projects from ARG received two of the jury's three Awards of Excellence. The Furnace Creek Visitor Center at Death Valley National Park was presented with the Design Award of Excellence, and the website Curating the City: Modern Architecture in LA won the Survey Award for Excellence.
SurveyLA is Los Angeles’ first-ever comprehensive survey to identify significant historic resources throughout the city. Funded in part by a grant from the J. Paul Getty Trust, the City of Los Angeles’ Office of Historic Resources is undertaking the project using a state-of-the-art custom field database application.
We are proud to announce that Maya Foty has been selected as the 2013 Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship. Maya will use the award to travel for six months through France to compare American and French green building practices and sustainability rating systems in relation to historic preservation. Congratulations Maya!
The Linde + Robinson Laboratory for Global Environmental Science at Caltech is the first LEED Platinum laboratory in an historic building.
The Inn at the Presidio, Pershing Hall recently opened in April. The rehabilitation transformed a 1903 Bachelors Officers Quarters into a unique hotel at the heart of San Francisco's Presidio.
Architectural Resources Group part of Winning Team for Fort Mason Center Design Competition
ARG is excited to announce we were selected to design the rehabilitation of the Francis Ermatinger House in Oregon City. The house, constructed in 1845, was listed as one of Oregon's Most Endangered Places by the Historic Preservation League of Oregon. Structural deficiencies forced the closure of the building that serves as a historic house museum over a year ago. We look forward to collaborating with the City of Oregon City to rehabilitate the historic Ermatinger House so it can be reopened to the public.