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Lehrer Architects (Los Angeles, California, USA)

All projects at Lehrer Architects incorporate sustainable features like: the parking “lot” as landscaped park, at Temple Bat Yahm; or the use of skylights, at the James M. Woods Community Center, to bring natural daylighting to the city’s underserved; or the use of large commercial garage doors, at the LA studio in Silverlake, to allow for natural light to filter in and fresh air to circulate, creating a healthy and productive work environment. LA is committed to sustainable design principles and has deep understanding of the LEED certification process. LA’s WATER + LIFE Museums and Campus at Diamond Valley Lake features one of the largest rooftop photovoltaic installations (540 kilowatts) and was designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification.

Michael B. Lehrer, FAIA, founded Lehrer Architects in his native district of Los Feliz in Los Angeles in 1985. The professional staff at Lehrer Architects (LA) has extensive experience in designing, managing, and working with community and cultural organizations on projects throughout the City of Los Angeles. The firm's work consists of urban design, and dozens of built residential, commercial, institutional and landscape projects.