LABC 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award

This is now the eighth year – we’ve held the Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award, a two-week design competition between the five best schools of Architecture and Design in Los Angeles County – Cal Poly Pomona, SCI-Arc, UCLA, USC and Woodbury University. This Award represents a commitment – to connecting today’s emerging talent with LA’s established architects – working together to solve complex challenges attributed to living in an urban environment.

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

The Los Angeles Business Council celebrated the winners of its 48th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that embrace innovative design standards to enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. From a competitive pool of more than 275 submissions, 54 projects took home honors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Vespertine, a pioneering new restaurant in Culver City’s Hayden Tract featuring a world-renowned chef and unique design concept.

“As more people visit our city, our focus remains on spreading the economic benefits of tourism to enhance the lives of those who call Los Angeles home.”

“This year we received a historic number of high-quality submissions that embody the extraordinary spirit of creativity and collaboration that makes L.A. a world-class city,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “This year’s award winners were especially focused on making urban life more livable and sustainable as well as beautiful. I know L.A. has a bright future in the capable hands of these winners.”

 

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

 

A full list of honorees and pictures of the winning projects will be available on the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org.

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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This is now the eighth year – we’ve held the Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award, a two-week design competition between the five best schools of Architecture and Design in Los Angeles County – Cal Poly Pomona, SCI-Arc, UCLA, USC and Woodbury University. This Award represents a commitment – to connecting today’s emerging talent with LA’s established architects – working together to solve complex challenges attributed to living in an urban environment.

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

The Los Angeles Business Council celebrated the winners of its 48th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that embrace innovative design standards to enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. From a competitive pool of more than 275 submissions, 54 projects took home honors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Vespertine, a pioneering new restaurant in Culver City’s Hayden Tract featuring a world-renowned chef and unique design concept.

“As more people visit our city, our focus remains on spreading the economic benefits of tourism to enhance the lives of those who call Los Angeles home.”

“This year we received a historic number of high-quality submissions that embody the extraordinary spirit of creativity and collaboration that makes L.A. a world-class city,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “This year’s award winners were especially focused on making urban life more livable and sustainable as well as beautiful. I know L.A. has a bright future in the capable hands of these winners.”

 

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

 

A full list of honorees and pictures of the winning projects will be available on the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org.

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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This is now the eighth year – we’ve held the Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award, a two-week design competition between the five best schools of Architecture and Design in Los Angeles County – Cal Poly Pomona, SCI-Arc, UCLA, USC and Woodbury University. This Award represents a commitment – to connecting today’s emerging talent with LA’s established architects – working together to solve complex challenges attributed to living in an urban environment.

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

The Los Angeles Business Council celebrated the winners of its 48th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that embrace innovative design standards to enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. From a competitive pool of more than 275 submissions, 54 projects took home honors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Vespertine, a pioneering new restaurant in Culver City’s Hayden Tract featuring a world-renowned chef and unique design concept.

“As more people visit our city, our focus remains on spreading the economic benefits of tourism to enhance the lives of those who call Los Angeles home.”

“This year we received a historic number of high-quality submissions that embody the extraordinary spirit of creativity and collaboration that makes L.A. a world-class city,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “This year’s award winners were especially focused on making urban life more livable and sustainable as well as beautiful. I know L.A. has a bright future in the capable hands of these winners.”

 

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

 

A full list of honorees and pictures of the winning projects will be available on the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org.

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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This is now the eighth year – we’ve held the Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award, a two-week design competition between the five best schools of Architecture and Design in Los Angeles County – Cal Poly Pomona, SCI-Arc, UCLA, USC and Woodbury University. This Award represents a commitment – to connecting today’s emerging talent with LA’s established architects – working together to solve complex challenges attributed to living in an urban environment.

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

The Los Angeles Business Council celebrated the winners of its 48th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that embrace innovative design standards to enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. From a competitive pool of more than 275 submissions, 54 projects took home honors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Vespertine, a pioneering new restaurant in Culver City’s Hayden Tract featuring a world-renowned chef and unique design concept.

“As more people visit our city, our focus remains on spreading the economic benefits of tourism to enhance the lives of those who call Los Angeles home.”

“This year we received a historic number of high-quality submissions that embody the extraordinary spirit of creativity and collaboration that makes L.A. a world-class city,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “This year’s award winners were especially focused on making urban life more livable and sustainable as well as beautiful. I know L.A. has a bright future in the capable hands of these winners.”

 

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

 

A full list of honorees and pictures of the winning projects will be available on the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org.

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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Copy LABC 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award

This is now the eighth year – we’ve held the Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award, a two-week design competition between the five best schools of Architecture and Design in Los Angeles County – Cal Poly Pomona, SCI-Arc, UCLA, USC and Woodbury University. This Award represents a commitment – to connecting today’s emerging talent with LA’s established architects – working together to solve complex challenges attributed to living in an urban environment.

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

The Los Angeles Business Council celebrated the winners of its 48th Annual Architectural Awards, honoring projects that embrace innovative design standards to enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. From a competitive pool of more than 275 submissions, 54 projects took home honors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Vespertine, a pioneering new restaurant in Culver City’s Hayden Tract featuring a world-renowned chef and unique design concept.

“As more people visit our city, our focus remains on spreading the economic benefits of tourism to enhance the lives of those who call Los Angeles home.”

“This year we received a historic number of high-quality submissions that embody the extraordinary spirit of creativity and collaboration that makes L.A. a world-class city,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “This year’s award winners were especially focused on making urban life more livable and sustainable as well as beautiful. I know L.A. has a bright future in the capable hands of these winners.”

 

Students across Los Angeles were once again encouraged to submit original designs for the 8th annual Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Scholarship Award. This year’s task was to design a transit-oriented development along a future Gold Line extension station in La Verne, featuring each team’s choice of amenities. The award went to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for their project designed to use new technologies to change how we interact with our built space.

 

A full list of honorees and pictures of the winning projects will be available on the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org.

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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