Los Angeles, CA
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Leo Marmol, FAIA, and Ron Radziner, FAIA, formed their partnership in 1989, launching a unique design-build practice led by architects. Since its inception, the Los Angeles-based firm has developed a growing reputation for its innovative design approach, research, and precision in applying construction standards. The firm’s unique business practice and commitment to design excellence was rewarded with the American Institute of Architects California Council’s 2004 Firm of the Year Award. In 2007, both Marmol and Radziner were elevated to the prestigious College of the Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Interior Design inducted them into the magazine’s Hall of Fame in 2009 and Architectural Digest named Marmol Radziner one of its AD100 in 2010.
By adopting the role of the traditional “master builder,” Marmol Radziner integrates design services with a variety of construction capabilities. A wide range of in-house skills underpins the work of the practice, including architects, interior and landscape designers, metal fabricators, carpenters, furniture and cabinet-makers, and construction crew. The firm strives to provide a unique architectural identity and build connections between indoor and outdoor spaces while actively collaborating with clients.
Today, a breadth of projects distinguishes the firm, from small, intimately scaled residences to large public and community urban proposals. Residential projects include those for Tom Ford, former Creative Director of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent in Los Angeles, London, Paris, and Santa Fe, fashion designer John Ward in Rustic Canyon, and a private residence, Altamira Ranch, in Rancho Palos Verdes. The practice’s commercial and civic projects include The Accelerated School in South Central Los Angeles, the LEED Platinum-certified TreePeople Center for Community Forestry, TBWA\Chiat\Day ad agency’s San Francisco offices, and boutiques for Chan Luu, Vince, Maxfield, and James Perse.
Established as a leader in the field of modern architectural restoration, Marmol Radziner’s work includes the Kaufmann House in Palm Springs, originally designed by legendary architect Richard Neutra in 1946. For the firm’s meticulous restoration, it was honored with awards from the American Institute of Architects and The California Preservation Foundation.
From 2005 to 2009, the American Society of Landscape Architects recognized the firm’s landscape department with four prestigious national and local awards for residential projects in Los Angeles. In the fall of 2005, the firm launched Marmol Radziner Prefab, which prefabricates custom modern steel-frame residences that are delivered to the project site virtually complete. The enterprise has since been awarded a coveted 2006 Silver IDEA, sponsored by BusinessWeek, and the industrial Designers Society of America.
12210 Nebraska Avenue
Los Angeles, CA, US , 90025
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