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RoTo Architects, Inc. : Architecture
RoTo : Contemporary Architects Practice, Los Angeles, USA
RoTo Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by RoTo Architects, alphabetical:
100,000 Stupas, Land of Medicine Buddha, Santa Cruz, California, USA
Date built: –
Beverly Glen Residence, Beverly Hills, California, USA
Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood, Hollywood, California, USA
Cliffside House, Malibu, California, USA
Date built: 2004
Coronado Ceter Master Plan, Los Angeles, California, USA
Fallen Firefighters Memorial, Los Angeles, California, USA
Gompertz Residence, Paradise Valley, Montana, USA
Date built: 2001-03
Hollywood Orange Building, Madame Tussauds, Hollywood, California, USA
La Jolla Playhouse, Play Development and Education Center, La Jolla, California, USA
Date built: 2003
Los Gatos House, Los Gatos, California, USA
Date built: 2002
Oak Pass House – project, Beverly Hills, California, USA
Date built: 2002
Philo House, Mendocino County, California, USA
Date built: 2005
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Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
RoTo Architects Practice Information
Architect studio based in Los Angeles, California
This LA architects design office led by architect Michael Rotondi.
Photos of buildings by this Los Angeles architecture studio welcome.
The architecture firm was founded in January 1992.
“It was an outgrowth of another practice, Morphosis, that I had started with a friend, Thom Mayne, in 1975 as a continuation of our 15 year working relationship in practice. We continued working together until the end of 1991.
The body of work produced during that period is well published. Several years prior, 1972, along with 50 others, we co-founded a school in Southern California, SCI-ARC. It was a very creative and period, in many ways, exchanging ideas at high velocity, researching, testing ideas with our hands and minds, designing, and building.
The projects, commissioned or invented, were a medium to test the limits of our own imagination and that of the discipline of Architecture. Our broad interests focused on the special evolutionary problems the city, the landscape, and the human enterprise. We worked in all available media and at all scales modeling, drawing, and constructing a resynthesized collective imagination.”
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