Congratulations to our 2022 Preservation Award Winners!
The Los Angeles Conservancy is delighted to recognize exceptional achievement in the field of historic preservation in Los Angeles County.
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures After a three-year renovation, one of L.A.'s most glamorous icons resurges as the magnificent home of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
Herald Examiner Building Once threatened with demolition, this revitalized historic landmark is now bustling with activity and new life.
Apple Tower Theatre This outstanding rehabilitation and adaptive-reuse project brings a long-vacant historic theatre back into productive use as a flagship of the world's largest technology company.
Beverly Laurel Hotel The thoughtful renovation of one of L.A.'s best examples of Mid-Century Modern roadside architecture reinvigorates a beloved legacy business.
Casa de Rosas Campus After years of vacancy and disrepair, this rehabilitated century-old campus has reclaimed its role as a vital community resource.
Chase Knolls Garden Apartments This decade-long rehabilitation and new construction project preserved a historic garden apartment complex and added 140 housing units without compromising its historic integrity.
Museum of Neon Art What began forty years ago with two artists and a few discarded signs has flourished into a well-respected museum that preserves and celebrates the rich cultural history of L.A. through its neon lights.
Linda Griego, Jury Chair Trustee, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Jenna Hornstock Deputy Director of Planning for Land Use at the Southern California Association of Governments; Member, Los Angeles City Planning Commission
Christina Morris Senior Field Director, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Grant Sunoo Director of Community Building & Engagement, Little Tokyo Service Center
Helen Tocco Senior Project Engineer, GBX Group; Member, Palms Neighborhood Council
About the Preservation Awards
Since 1982, the Los Angeles Conservancy has honored excellence in historic preservation through its annual Preservation Awards. The awards are selected by an independent jury of experts in architecture, historic preservation, and community development.
Award recipients range widely, from sensitive restoration, rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse projects, to groundbreaking advocacy and education efforts by individuals and groups.
About the Los Angeles Conservancy The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization that works through education and advocacy to recognize, preserve, and revitalize the historic architectural and cultural resources of Los Angeles County. What began as a volunteer group in 1978 now has more than 6,000 member households, the largest membership of any local preservation organization in the U.S.