Los Angeles LGBT Center

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AIA Member (not AIANY)$5.00 USD
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General Public$10.00 USD

Event Details

The Center for Architecture and Build Out Alliance are pleased to present a talk on the Los Angeles LGBT Center by Leong Leong.

Designed by Leong Leong and Killefer Flammang Architects, the Los Angeles LGBT Center—located on N. McCadden Place and Santa Monica Boulevard—is a new typology for community-based urban development that includes diverse social and affordable housing programs. The porous, pedestrian-oriented urban campus features a public plaza and a series of courtyards that unify various social services, as well as cultural and institutional programs, all located directly across the street from another Los Angeles LGBT Center facility, The Village at Ed Gould Plaza. The result is a new, integrated platform for living as an intergenerational LGBTQ community.

Speakers
Dominic Leong
, Founding Partner, Leong Leong
Gabriel Burkett, Project Manager, Leong Leong

About the Architects
Founded in 2009 by brothers Chris and Dominc Leong, AIA, Leong Leong is an award-wining architecture and design firm with offices in New York and Los Angeles, that creates environments and objects with cultural resonance. Leong Leong’s design and reserch process explores new organizational typologies and aesthetic experiences that conscientiously evelove our modes of living, working, and interacting with one another.

Founded in 1975 by Wade Killefer, FAIA and Barbara Flammang, AIA, Killefer Flammang Architects (KFA) is a prominent architecture and design firm based in Santa Monica, CA. Barbara and Wade were joined by partners Jonathan Watta, AIA, Lise Bornstein, AIA and John Arnold, AIA in 2016. KFA provides architecture, design, and master planning services for projects throughout the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area and beyond with a goal of sustainability and urban revitalization.

About Build Out Alliance
Build Out Alliance promotes and advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people serving openly and with pride in all roles within the building design and construction industry. Members strive to make the industry more welcoming to LGBTQ professionals. We lead by example in our own work environments and through partnerships with community organizations.