Alisa Smith is an architectural color consultant who has been practicing for over 20 years. In addition, Alisa works as a design consultant for restoration/renovation projects and is known for her kitchen and bathroom design abilities.
Architecture Tours L.A. provides driving tours throughout the Los Angeles area focusing on significant historic and contemporary architecture, history and culture. Tours are guided by an architectural historian and guidebook author.
With a staff of licensed architects and 38+ years of experience, our portfolio demonstrates expertise in Adaptive Reuse and Historic Preservation in DTLA and LA County. We bring a strong understanding of the development and construction processes to our work.
Escher GuneWardena came to international recognition for their creative and flexible approaches to a wide range of projects, bringing their diverse interests and talents into play, and cross-pollinating one architectural or artistic discipline with another to achieve innovative solutions. Historic preservation projects include such icons as the Eames House and John Lautner's Chemosphere.
EverGreene is a restoration and conservation firm specializing in historic interiors and murals. We provide investigation services, design assistance, and construction services for commercial, public, government, and residential projects.
We are a full-service general contractor specializing in the restoration and renovation of historic theaters, commercial buildings and homes in the Los Angeles Area. Every job, large or small, is given the same attention to detail and client satisfaction.
May & Burch Conservation, Inc. specializes in the conservation of murals, wall paintings, and historic painted architectural materials, with a scope of work ranging from minor treatments on easel paintings to large on-site treatments of historic architecture.
Pasadena Architectural Salvage's extensive inventory includes mantels, lighting, wrought iron gates and balconies, plumbing accessories, door hardware, furniture and accessories manufactured circa 1880 to 1950.