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Ehrlich Architects Win 2015 AIA Architecture Firm Award

00:00 - 11 December, 2014
Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication / Ehrlich Architects © Bill Timmerman
Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication / Ehrlich Architects © Bill Timmerman

Ehrlich Architects, a Los Angeles-based practice dedicated to the philosophy of Multicultural Modernism, has been selected to receive the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2015 AIA Architecture Firm Award. The award celebrates Ehrlich Architects' 35 years of practice, which, as the AIA notes, has become renowned for “fluidly melding classic California Modernist style with multicultural and vernacular design elements by including marginalized design languages and traditions.”

The firm, originally founded by Steven Ehrlich in 1979 after working with the Peace Corps in Africa, is now led by four diverse partners: Ehrlich, alongside Takashi Yanai, Patricia Rhee, and Mathew Chaney. You can preview some of their most notable projects and watch an interview with Ehrlich, after the break.

McElroy House/ Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 26 November, 2014
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© Miranda Brackett

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John M. Roll US Courthouse / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 15 September, 2014
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© Lawrence Anderson _ ESTO

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School of Earth & Space Exploration / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 9 July, 2013
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© Bill Timmerman

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University of California Irvine Contemporary Arts Center / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 2 August, 2012

AD Interviews: Steven Ehrlich

14:32 - 2 May, 2012

Recently awarded the prestigious Maybeck Award by the AIA California Council (AIACC), Steven Ehrlich (FAIA, RIBA) has earned international recognition for his distinctive architecture and philosophy that has greatly influenced the architectural community. As the Design Principle of Ehrlich Architects, the Los Angeles-based architect is dedicated to the philosophy of Multicultural Modernism – a unique approach to architecture and planning that is centered on architectural anthropology; an idea that strives to identify and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual culture through design.

Steven Ehrlich Houses

15:30 - 31 October, 2011

We recently had the pleasure of having Steven Ehrlich visit our office and give a talk about his work. He is as personable as his work is fascinating. He left us with a recently published book of his work titled Steven Ehrlich Houses. We have featured two of the houses that are covered in the book if you would like a preview of what the book has to offer. (Ehrlich Architects’ projects houses and more) The book, of course, offers a far more in-depth look at the projects including a title page for each project with photographs of what inspired the design. As a world traveler who lived in west Africa for 6 years, Ehrlich’s inspirational photographs are captivating and clearly illustrate the driving force behind each project.

331 Foothill Road Office Building / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 24 August, 2011
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© RMA Architectural Photographers
  • Architects

  • Location

    331 North Foothill Road, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, USA
  • Architect

    Ehrlich Architects
  • Structural Engineer

    John A. Martin & Associates Inc.
  • Mep Engineer

    IBE Consulting Engineer
  • Civil Engineer

    KPFF
  • Landscape Design

    LRM Inc.
  • Lighting Consultant

    HLB Lighting Design
  • Acoustic Consultant

    Schaffer Acoustics Inc.
  • Client

    City of Beverly Hills
  • Contractor

    Bayley Construction
  • Cost Estimation

    C.P. O'Halloran Associates
  • Specifications

    CSI Specifications
  • Project Year

    2009
  • Photographs

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Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration (ISTB4) / Ehrlich Architects

16:00 - 21 August, 2011

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© Ehrlich Architects

Arizona State University’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4 (ISTB 4) was designed to be a progressive home for ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) and some departments from the Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE). At 294,000 sq.-ft., this seven-story “smart” structure will be the largest research facility in the history of the university. In addition to cutting-edge laboratories and research offices, ISTB 4 will house extensive public outreach and K-12 education spaces designed to engage the Greater Phoenix community in earth and space exploration. Ehrlich Architects’ new Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration is a clearly organized laboratory building that will enhance the research, science and educational programs housed within.

Architecture City Guide: Phoenix

10:00 - 30 March, 2011
Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Hngrange
Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Hngrange

This week our Architecture City Guide is headed to Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter retreat. Taliesin West first made the “Valley of the Sun” an architectural destination by itself, but now Phoenix overflows with world-class architecture. We have provided a list of twelve, but there are plenty more that could be added. We want to hear from you, so take a minute to add your favorite can’t miss buildings in Phoenix in the comment section below.

The Architecture City Guide: Phoenix list and corresponding map after the break!

Zeidler Residence / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 4 March, 2011
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© Matthew Millman

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700 Palms Residence / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 1 March, 2011
Courtesy of Erhard Pfeiffer
Courtesy of Erhard Pfeiffer
  • Architects

  • Location

    Venice, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Architect

    Ehrlich Architects
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of Erhard Pfeiffer, Grey Crawford, Julius Shulman & Juergen Nogai

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Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication / Ehrlich Architects

01:00 - 26 February, 2011
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© Bill Timmerman

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Ehrlich Architects Wins International Design Competition for the Federal National Council’s New Parliament Building Complex

12:30 - 27 January, 2011
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© GAJ and bioLINIA

The grand prize in the international architectural competition to design the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) Federal National Council’s (FNC) New Parliament Building Complex has been awarded to Ehrlich Architects, the Los Angeles, California, design firm. More images and complete press release after the break.