House Place Jordan

Read Full Article:
House Place Jordan
May 5, 2016
Landezine

Werknutzungsbewilligung fŸr das ArchitekturbŸro heri&salli                                                                         A-1060 Wien

Image courtesy of Paul Ott

This small pool area was transformed by Austrian Landscape Architecture firm Heri & Salli. The existing rectangular pool lacked appeal and connection with the surrounding garden. By introducing a series of undulating metal panels that seamlessly connect the horizontal and vertical planes, the garden and pool area of the home are to sure to be a statement piece for the homeowners for generations to come.

Click here to read more about this project.


San Francisco Roof Garden

Read Full Article:
2175 Market Street
April 28, 2016
Landezine

2175-Market-Street-03
Image courtesy of Patrik Argast

A LEED platinum project, this 88 unit apartment complex in San Francisco is sure to be the envy of its neighbors. Built to accommodate the influx of young tech workers and families moving into the urban core, the design maximizes outdoor entertaining spaces with terraces and a roof deck with eye catching color and form.

Click here to read more about this project.


San Diego Micro-living

Read Full Article:
San Diego Teaches Us How Micro-Living Can Thrive
April 21, 2016
Dwell

little_by_little-portrait-kayak-mezzanine-high_ceilings
Image courtesy of Ye Rin Mok

Hector Perez, a Woodbury University professor, rallied together a team of architects to design a small urban infill project in the historic Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego. The development was supposed to be a series of nine infill projects, but was unable to complete them due to the economic downturn. However, the first lot was developed into a double-height, mixed-use building of Perez’s design, where, in less than 4,000 square feet, he has created eight live-work units, each with a private outdoor space.

Click here to read more about this cool California contemporary design.


Santa Barbara Beautiful Awards 2015 | East Beach Collection

image: Rochelle Rose / Noozhawk

image: Rochelle Rose / Noozhawk

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Santa Barbara Beautiful organization.  Santa Barbara Beautiful recognizes the work of design professionals in beautifying our community through their Annual Awards Gala.

This year, CJM::LA’s Courtney Miller received the Multi-Family Residence award for her work on the East Beach Collection project.  Congratulations to the whole project team for a job well done!


Lagunitas

LAGUNITAS

LG_0

LAGUNITAS

Carpinteria, CA
Completed 2013


Project Type

Multi-Family, Townhomes, Single-Family Detached, Creek Restoration, Models

Client

MD2 Communities

Collaborators

DTR Engineering | Civil Engineering
William Hezmalhalch Architects
Sweeney & Associates | Irrigation Design

Courtney oversaw the design and construction of this property as a Project Manager with The Office of Katie O’Reilly Rogers
LG_1
LG_2
LG_3
LG_4_2
LG_5
LG_6
LG_7

CJM::LA

East Beach Collection

EB_1

EAST BEACH COLLECTION

Santa Barbara, CA
Completed 2012


Project Type

Multi-Family, Townhomes, Workforce Housing

Client

City Ventures

Collaborators

C&V Consulting | Civil Engineering
William Hezmalhalch Architects
Sweeney & Associates | Irrigation Design

Awards

LEED Certification, 2012
PCBC Gold Nugget, Grand Award 2012

Courtney oversaw the design and construction of this property as a Project Manager with The Office of Katie O’Reilly Rogers
EB_2
EB_3
EB_4
EB_5
EB_6