2016 Year In Review

2016 was a milestone year for Berliner Architects, as we celebrated 20 years making Every Space Count! This week, we sent out our newsletter looking back at the experiences and accomplishments of the past year. Follow the link below to see the whole thing, and if you didn't receive the email in your inbox, sign up below to keep up-to-date with us as we move into the new year!

2016 Year In Review

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Berliner at the 2016 Culver City Art Walk

Berliner Architects was proud to be a part of this year's Culver City Art Walk! Intended to introduce the public to Culver City's growing art scene, Art Walk is an annual event where visitors can take a free self-guided tour of the many design firms and art galleries located in the Arts District. Aside from perusing these galleries, visitors can also view a number of musical and dance performances, engage in interactive experiences, and enjoy special offerings at several local restaurants.

As one of the many creative offices in the Arts District, we were opened to the public as part of the Art Walk to exhibit works by local artists Juhn Kwon, Stanley Felderman, and Emma Berliner. Models of our past projects, including academic centers like Pierce College and institutional buildings like the Temple Beth Sholom, were also put on display for our guests. Meanwhile, our parking lot was briefly transformed into a concert venue!

Heart of Los Angeles is an organization dedicated to providing academic, arts, and athletics programs to the under-served children of our city. The rock group First Aid, supported by HOLA's music program, played a concert in front of our office as part of the Art Walk. We were delighted to host HOLA's musicians, as we are currently designing their Lafayette Park Facility, which will include ensemble rooms to house HOLA's Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles.

We were thrilled to see everyone who came out for the day's events, and look forward to next year's Art Walk!

Temple Beth Sholom wins 2016 AIA|OC Award!

We are super excited to announce that our recently completed project Temple Beth Sholom won an AIA|OC Merit Award. Richard Berliner, Minah Yeo and Kai Telless accepted the award for the team last week at the Marine Institute in Dana Point. It was a wonderful event and we'd like to thank our clients at Temple Beth Sholom and the entire team who helped us create an award winning space! 

Photos by Benny Chan

XQ Super School Winners Announced!

Berliner Architects is part of a Core Planning Team of educators and consultants whose proposal to create a provocative learning environment was awarded a $10-million challenge grant from XQ: The Super School Project.
 
The grant award recognizes a developing, collaborative vision to redefine the curriculum, technology, and space of Southern California’s Vista High School to create a new center of rigorous student learning and empowerment, to be called Vista Challenge High School (VCHS).
 
The proposal, which builds upon innovative changes already underway at the North San Diego-area public high school, is one of 10 chosen throughout the United States by XQ: The Super School Project jury.  More than 1,000 applicants vied for XQ’s inaugural prize, which was announced this week in Washington, DC.  “You are showing the country what a 21st-century school looks like,” said President Barack Obama, as he congratulated the winning teams. 

Quarterly Newsletter

Last week we sent out the Berliner Quarterly Newsletter! Follow the link below to see the full thing! and if you didn't receive the email in your inbox sign up below! 

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Stratford Melrose - Ground Breaking!

Congratulations Stratford Schools on the ground breaking of their very first LA school!! Below you can see Richard with some of the most influential people at Stratford Schools. We're so excited to start construction and are event more excited for all their new students in the fall!