ARG’s work at Village Green is featured in an article published by the Los Angeles Times.
Read the article here.
Garden apartments “were perfectly suited to Los Angeles, specifically at that time, when there was still an abundance of open land,” says architectural historian Katie Horak of the Architectural Resources Group, which was commissioned recently by residents of Village Green to create a historic structures report for guidance. “They were so well-adapted to our climate, where people could spend a lot of time outside all year round.” So critical was the parkland quality of these complexes, she adds, that she “was really astonished to find that the landscape architect was paid more than the architect. They placed the buildings to take advantage of the landscape.”