Monthly Archives: May 2016
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a picture that can change instantaneously is worth thousands more. When it comes to color and visualizing its application on a building, words are not the best medium to tell the tale.
We are very excited to announce that WHA has earned 9 merits for the 2016 Gold Nugget Awards. Now, in its 53rd year, this program is one of the oldest and most prestigious design awards programs in the nation. The Grand Award winners will be revealed on Thursday, June 23 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. We appreciate being recognized again this year […]
Farmers markets are cropping up all over California with locally-grown produce fresh from the fields. Some markets are open year-round while others setup for a short season.
WHA had a great time participating in the 49th annual BIA OC Golf Tournament yesterday at the Coto de Caza Golf and Racquet Club. We sponsored one hole on both the North and South courses, handing out snacks, water and encouragement. Our team came up short of victory but managed to survive all 18 holes […]
WHA proudly supported the OC Marathon Sunday May 1st and raised over $50K for the Divine Poultry Farms, a Marketplace Ministries Worldwide (MMW) project in Mozambique Africa! We couldn’t have asked for anything better. As a firm WHA wanted to come together and contribute to a cause that helped children and families in need.
On Tuesday, April 5th, the Veterans Village affordable housing development in Glendale, California hosted an open house. It was an opportunity, for new residents, the community and all of the entities involved in making this project a reality, to see the cooperative spirit that was envisioned during the initial design process. The project consists of […]
It is a sad time in the architecture community as we say good-bye to such a strong woman and legendary architect, Zaha Hadid. Like many of today’s STARchitects, Zaha was more than a talented designer, she was an artist and visionary, gaining international fame at the 1988 “Deconstructivism in Architecture” exhibit at the New York […]