These 10 LA architecture firms had the biggest projects in 2017

TRD compiled a list of the firms with the highest total value of construction projects submitted last year

Los Angeles /
Feb.February 02, 2018 11:00 AM

 

Eye-catching projects that are irresistibly ‘Instagrammable’ are the name of the game for Los Angeles’ top architects.

To rank the architecture firms in L.A., The Real Deal analyzed city construction permits for retail, office and
multifamily space that were issued between December 2016 and November 2017. Firms were then rnaked by the value of their current projects as listed on master new-construction permits issued.

For an expanded list, and to get the lowdown on the firms themselves and their projects, check out TRD’s winter 2018 issue.

 
 

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