Hilary lectures on historic preservation and home ownership. She holds a Historic Property Specialist designation from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and MBA from Columbia University. Hilary is a member of the Joyce Rey Team, an internationally recognized industry leader.
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.
Holmes Structures is a California structural engineering firm dedicated to providing thoughtful and creative design solutions. Our approach is to understand and utilize the inherent strength of existing buildings while minimizing impact to historic features.
For twenty five years, Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Architecture, Inc. has provided full architectural services from the initial conceptual design through construction and administrative phases. Our design solutions are specially tailored to each particular need and design challenge.
Linda Brettler focuses on residential projects with the philosophy that a home is a uniquely personal expression of its owners, and as such the process of designing or remodeling a home becomes a true collaboration between architect and owner.
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.
Omgivning is Swedish for ambience, setting, and environment. Omgivning’s focus is to strengthen urban communities through architecture and interior design, emphasizing the adaptive reuse and revitalization of existing historic buildings in downtown Los Angeles.
Page & Turnbull's staff includes licensed architects, designers, historians, conservators and planners who provide architectural and conservation services for historic buildings, resources and civic areas.
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.