Founded in 1965, LPA has more than 250 employees with offices in Irvine, Roseville, San Diego, and San Jose, Calif., and San Antonio. The firm provides services in architecture, sustainability, planning, interior design, landscape architecture, engineering and graphics. With sustainability the foundation of LPA’s design methods, 70% of its professionals are LEED accredited, including the Human Resources Director, CFO, and several other support staff. The firm has extensive experience in public and private architecture, designing a diversity of facilities that span from K-12 schools, colleges, and universities to corporate and civic establishments. More than 600 major design awards attest to a commitment to design excellence. This blog reflects LPA’s approach to Integrated Sustainable Design.http://blog.lpainc.com/lpa-blog
Open offices as a strategic move to optimize office real estate and increase collaboration and innovation.
Recently, in educational design, we have seen a trend toward more flexible learning spaces.
With the completion of the athletic facility upgrade—dubbed the Arden Project—students will have access to state-of-the-art facilities.
Higher costs and low occupancy rates have forced healthcare facilities to rethink how healthcare is delivered in their community.
Interior and exterior spaces harmoniously provide a campus experience to challenge children in the classroom, while also providing opportunities for l...
Learning is a lot like working; it varies daily, ranges from individual to collaborative, formal to informal and from hands on to digital.
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Active design, a dynamic approach to design with a primary focus on people, assists students in learning to make healthy choices, writes LPA's Glenn C...