Morgan Phoa Residence/Library Receives AIA|LA Honor Award
At the 2015 AIA|LA Design Awards Ceremony + Party, Studio Pali Fekete architects [SPF:a]’s Morgan Phoa Residence/Library received an Honor Award, only one of three to receive the highest award.READ MORE >
Lucas Blok at SPF:a Gallery
Curated by Judit M. Fekete-Pali
Exhibiting for the the fourth time at the SPF:a Gallery, formerly known as MODAA (Museum of Design Art and Architecture), Lucas Blok’s engulfing LARGE canvases will challenge perception and immerse the eye in a universe defined by color.
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 15, 6-10pm
Exhibition Closes: Friday, January, 15, 2016
Visit SPF:a Gallery for more information and details.READ MORE >
Rancho Design approved for DD
[SPF:a]'s winning scheme for the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex was finalized and approved for design development phase.READ MORE >
SPF:a earns Architizer A+ Award
Alright… time to pop open the bubbly and lace up the dancing shoes. The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts has just been selected for an Architizer A+ Award, securing a prestigious spot in their upcoming Phaidon publication. We’re particularly touched to know that The Wallis nabbed the Popular Choice Award, chosen by the Architizer’s community of 1,000,000+ professionals, artists, and fans. It’s a friendly thumbs up from the architecture community at large, and that makes our hearts smile. We can’t wait to attend the awards Gala during NYC's Design Week!READ MORE >
Taylor Yard Bridge Connects with Council
One of our favorite projects is also a favorite of the Los Angeles Business Council, which they just selected for an the “Insert Award Name Here" award. We were delighted to be a part of connecting the community and are thrilled that our efforts to deliver a simple, elegant solution have been acknowledged.READ MORE >
More Wins for Wallis!
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts has won multiple awards recently, including the Los Angeles Conservancy Preservation award. This honor means so much to us because at every stage of the process we held preserving (and complimenting) the character of the Beverly Hills Post Office as our most sacred task.READ MORE >