Monthly Archives: September 2015
What inspires you? Where do you look for architectural inspiration? Ask architecture students and you’ll likely hear the names of all the famous “Star-chitects:” Thom Mayne, Zaha Hadid, Bjarke Ingels, etc. But inspiration can be found elsewhere, in more modest scales of work. Australian architect and 2002 Pritzker Prize winner, Glenn Murcutt, comes to mind.
In addition to our three projects for City Ventures (the Downey Collection, Bellflower The Boulevard Collection and The Ambassador Gardens by Insignia), we have also been selected as a Finalist for Graphic Continuity for Azulón at Mesa Verde. It was our pleasure to design the name, logo, colors, community theme & imaging, mini brochure, signage and […]
WHA has designed three new floor plans for Standard Pacific Homes on the sun-drenched slopes of Chino Hills. Serena at Vila Borba offers homes ranging from 2,700 – 3,100 square feet, available in Spanish Colonial, Italianate and Craftsman styles. Nearby Chino Hills State Park provides residents with outdoor activity opportunities such as hiking, biking and […]
Denise has been involved in the planning and design field for the development industry for almost 40 years. Her schooling as a geographer, set the stage not only at the broad perspectives of large-scale land planning but also at the diverse intricacies of designing and entitling quality neighborhoods and communities. Join us for a Q&A […]
For those who prefer a home to be small and cozy versus large and ornate, a cottage might be the thing for you. One or two stories, a cottage home is typically a modest, practical dwelling. With inherent charm, cottages are the perfect home for singles, young couples, small families, empty nesters, and retirees.