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melrose micro units

2017

Melrose Micro Units is a 15000sf mixed use development on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood California.  875sf of ground level Commercial space is topped with 33 studio residential units and plinth and rooftop gardens and public space.

 

Submitted for building permit November 2016.  Construction to start Spring 2017.

 

Design Director: G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Jared Lanctot    Team:  Ryan Dayag, Rogelio Mercado

 

Client:  Addazero Development.  Sebastian Rein, Managing Director

melrose micro units

hollywood mixed use 1

2016

Hollywood Housing 1 is a mixed-used project located on the Melrose corridor in Hollywood, California.  80 live-work units with low income options over retail and restaurants.

 

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Jared Lanctot     Team:  Rogelio Mercado, Ryan Dayag

 

Client:    Addazero Development    Managing Director:  Sebastian Rein

hollywood mixed use 1

echo park house 1

2016

The Echo Park house is a duplex development with a 3800sf main house and 1200sf carriage house.  The design is aimed at urban densification, leveraging the existing R2 zoning and creating two single family dwellings in place of one.

 

Status:  Under construction.  Expected completion Summer 2017.

 

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Ryan Dayag     Team: Jared Lanctot, Rogelio Mercado

 

Client:  Addazero Development      Managing Director: Sebastian Rein

echo park house 1

acedillo house

2016

The Pasadena House is a 2600sf single family residence located on a hillside site with long views towards Los Angeles.

 

Status:     Currently in permit review with Los Angeles County. Construction expected to start Summer 2017.

 

Design Director:   G. Graham Ferrier      Lead Designer:   Ryan Dayag      Team:   Rogelio Mercado, Jared Lanctot

 

Client:      Name withheld by request.

acedillo house

vista place house

2016

The Clients for the Vista Place House purchased an existing one story cottage in the walk street district of North Venice, CA.  fAS was hired to design a new residence that would incorporate elements of the old cottage.  In order to perch 3 stories of new construction on a narrow, sloped site constrained by an existing structure and onerous parking requirements, fAS decided to use a light steel structural system (by Blue Sky Building Systems).   Leveraging the structural attributes of the system, fAS has been able to create a narrow-based, cantilevered structure that reaches out to create additional space and an internal atrium interconnecting public areas of the house and allowing for expanded use of natural lighting and air ventilation.

 

Vista Place House is currently under construction and will be complete by Spring 2017.

 

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Ryan Dayag

 

Client:  Little Baby Lamb, Inc.

Images by Kilograph

vista place house

beverly hills house 1

2015

Single family residential project located above Beverly Hills, California.  10000sf house with two level interior courtyard and tree.

Schematic Design completed in Fall 2015.  Construction pending.

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer: Rogelio Mercado

Client:  Name Withheld by Request

beverly hills house 1

glass house

2015

The Glass House was conceived as an addition for entertaining.  The existing house, a spanish revivial, sits high on the mountain in Woodland Hills, CA

with a 270 degree view of the valley beyond.  The client desired an addition that would “disappear”, yet integrate with the existing house.

Date:  Design complete Fall 2016.  Status:  Pending

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Jared Lanctot     Team: Ryan Dayag, Rogelio Mercado

Client:  Withheld by request.

 

 

glass house

Pasadena House

2015

Pasadena House is a multi-phase project that includes the renovation of a prototype all-steel house from the 1020s, a two story addition, a guest house, and a tennis/pool/recreation pavilion.  The site is on a hilltop site with incredible breezes, views, and mature trees.  The client wanted a design that would accommodate a multi-generational family unit for the long term.

 

Date:  Design complete Spring 2015.  Status:  Pending

 

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Lead Designer:  Ryan Dayag     Team: Rogelio Mercad0   Client:  Withheld by request.

Pasadena House

melrose creative office

2014

Creative office renovation on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.  The proposal transformed the derelict, mixed-use property into a two building compound with gated parking.  Includes double height photo studio along with support offices and outdoor areas.

Design Director:  G. Graham Ferrier     Designers:  Jared Lanctot, Rogelio Mercado

Client:  Addazero Development     Managing Director:   Sebastian Rein

 

melrose creative office

Juanita Tate Elementary School Field Shade Structure

2011

fAS has been commissioned to design and visualize a shade structure for the bleacher seating area for a newly renovated soccer pitch in South Los Angeles developed by the CCSCLA (Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles).

    Juanita Tate Elementary School Field Shade Structure

    franklin hills house

    2010

    This major renovation project included full re-planning and design of the kitchen, laundry facility, guest bathroom, and master bathroom–with exterior shower addition.  Through a full re-organization of the original two bathroom layouts, a full master ensuite was created with a connection to the second bedroom.  The existing laundry room was expanded to include a new second bathroom.  The kitchen was expanded into the living area of the Los Feliz house and a new window designed to frame the view to Griffith Park Observatory.

    franklin hills house

    Tour Phare

    2009

    Senior designer, Team Leader,  for Morphosis Architects:  Commercial office tower emerging from an irregular site defined by layers of existing infrastructure with employee cafeterias, public cafés, and a roof-top panoramic restaurant. 165,000m2 gross area. 72 storeys.

     

    Images by L’Autre Image

    Tour Phare

    Continuities of the Incomplete

    2006

    Lead Designer and Job Captain.  At Morphosis, Graham was responsible for all aspects of the glass and aluminum structure that housed the 2006 Morphosis exhibit at the Centre Pompidou, including lighting, mechanical, electrical, exhibit sub structures, and all facets of the multi-media system.  Additionally, he was in charge of in situ construction, content curation, and installation.

    Continuities of the Incomplete

    Burj Al Maydan

    2005

    Co-lead designer, for Morphosis Architects:   This 82 storey, mixed-use tower project was designed as a competition entry for a development site located in Dubai, UAE.  The project includes 65 000m2 residential, 84,000m2 hotel, 125,000m2 office, and 21,000m2 retail along with 3.8 hectares of plaza and gardens situated along the canals of the Business Bay development zone.

    Burj Al Maydan