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Aspen_Center_Lobby

In further response to market demands, the Aspen Center was designed to evoke an atmosphere conducive to patient wellness. "The inspiring two-story skylit lobby met the design goal of opening a large public space into distinct functional departments such as waiting areas, reception, administration and related services," says Architect Lindblad.

 

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Aspen_Center_Main_Bldg

The Main Building's public entry portal and public gathering space faces Simi Valley's major hospital district to the northwest; making a visual link with nearby Adventist Hospital. Located on Sycamore Drive near Alamo in Simi Valley California, the Aspen Center's total area is 35,500 gross square feet.

 

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Aspen_Center_MRI_Bldg

The Aspen Center consists of the Main Building, a two story diagnostic service and treatment building connected by an arcade to a single story Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building. Smaller functions, meetings, and lunches can be staged in the patio courtyard garden outside the arcade between the MRI building and the Main Building.

The skylit lobby also serves as a perfect meeting spot for after-hours community activities.
The building facade materials of concrete tilt-up panels and reflective glass portray a high-tech image.

 

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St_Jane_Interior
Church Interior Layout of Sanctuary and Pews.
The new assembly seating reflects the acts of gathering, hospitality, visual contact, and active celebration with participants and other parishioners. One such benefit enables the congregation to sing antiphonically. Pews located close to the exit provide a short path outside for parents with infants who require attention.

 

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St_Jane_Celebration_Space
Situated in Los Angeles' east San Fernando Valley, within North Hollywood is the Diocese of Los Angeles' renovated St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church. Reconfigured by the Valley Glen-based firm of Lindblad Architects, the skyward reaching Modernist building (built in 1966) of unadorned concrete was originally designed by J. George Szeptycki.

 

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St_Jane_Frances_Choir
Seating over 1000 parishioners, the 11,500 square foot church new interior layout cost $35,000 - including lighting and sound-audio adjustments.

 

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St_Jane_Sanctuary_Skylight
View from St Jane's main entrance doors looking past baptismal font to skylight centered over altar.

 

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The condo's exterior facade provides harmonious residential sense, in this view framed by a trellised common meeting area and a shade tree.

 

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Condo_triplex_modules
The interior access drive showcases variegated architectural features of each condo (grouped in triplex modules). This treatment given the exterior entry elevation breaks the monotony of facing units.

 

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Condo_facade_close-up
Exterior architectural detail shows the Spanish mission style.

 

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Condo_outdoor_living_amenity
Each Condo has a private, walled outdoor garden.

 

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The commercial center parking lot with speed bumps in front of the new medical tenant improvement building.

 

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The Magnolia Colfax commercial parking lot and medical tenant space improvements under construction.
 


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