We try to have at least one, single family residential project in the office at all times. While the bulk of our work is large-scale, we have found that it’s very healthy for designers and project managers to have both large scale commercial and smaller scale residential projects on their desks simultaneously, so they’re forced to “bounce back and forth” between projects that require broad brush management and those that benefit from extremely precise, small scale detailing. Working on both is healthy for our staff.
Bryant Palmer Soto’s experience in interior architecture has garnered numerous awards and professional recognitions. Our interiors group has designed the full range of project types and scales, from small medical offices or Mom and Pop retail stores, to full floor plates of corporate interiors for such clients as Arden Realty, Hughes Space & Communications, Boeing Satellite Division, Direct TV, Encino Hospital, Kaiser Permanente and Sunrider International.
La Caze Residence
Rolling Hills Estates, CA.
This sustainable project consists of ten semi attached, contemporary cottage homes with a quaint neighbor-friendly street scope, old fashioned front porches, boutique private yards, and a flexible floor plan that can transition from two bedrooms to four bedrooms as the family grows.
BPS assisted Better Shelter with Architectural Design consultation to renovate and “recycle” 12 small, mid-century
800 s.f. attached cottage homes.
BPS assisted Better Shelter with Architectural Design consultation to renovate and “recycle” 12 small, mid-century 1100 s.f. attached cottage
Bryant Palmer Soto and the BPS Design Team have designed hundreds of high density apartment units through
Southern California. Recent housing design commissions include a new 225 bed Senior Housing Assisted Living complex over two levels of below grade parking and several renovation/recycled housing designs for projects in Marina Del Rey and Long Beach.
Villa Venetia Apartments
Marina Del Rey, CA.
Anza Victoria Apartments