Carlos Madrid III will serve as a juror for The Architect’s Newspaper's annual Best of Design Awards. The program, now in its seventh year, recognizes projects across 50 categories.
The workplace for Los Angeles-based media company Awesomeness is featured in the latest issue of Contract Magazine. Located in a former Paper Mate pen factory, the SOM-designed office space blurs the line between work and lifestyle.
Interior Design Magazine recognized five SOM projects in the 2018 Best of Year Awards program. The Valli & Valli Alina Hardware Collection won the Best of Year Award for product design, while 777 Aviation, G-Cubed, Optimo Hat Company, and the Superior Court of California in San Diego were honored in various categories.
SOM's Carlos Madrid III has been selected as one of the jurors for the 40th Annual Interiors Awards presented by Contract magazine. The awards program honors projects across 16 professional project categories, including one category for student design projects.
On July 26th, 2018, AIA Los Angeles will host a tour of the Awesomeness headquarters in Santa Monica, California. SOM designed the interiors of the 78,000-square-foot space, as well as the adaptive reuse of the larger Pen Factory site in which it is located.
On July 19th, 2018, SOM Associate Director Dan Herman will participate in a panel discussion with the Urban Land Institute (ULI). The event is part of ULI's case study and site tour of the SOM-designed Pen Factory in Santa Monica, California.
The Los Angeles Business Council has selected Awesomeness as a winner in the 48th annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards. SOM designed the interiors of the Santa Monica-based company, as well as the adaptive reuse project of Pen Factory, the former manufacturing building in which it is located.
The Santa Monica Daily Press reports on Awesomeness winning top honors in the Los Angeles Business Council's 2018 Los Angeles Architectural Awards. SOM designed the interiors of Awesomeness, in addition to the adaptive reuse project for the larger Pen Factory site.
The San Francisco Business Times reports on plans to transform 855 Front Street into a contemporary office space. SOM was one of the firms selected by Brick & Timber to design the interiors of the historic building, which is considered to be San Francisco's oldest warehouse.