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The Campus at Playa Vista

Developed as a component of the 64-acre Playa Vista master plan, this 6.5-acre office development features structured parking and four separate buildings totaling 325,000 SF of Class A office space. Richly detailed courtyards utilize combinations of paving materials and drought-tolerant plants to create a unique mood and identity for each building entry.

Third-floor terraces built over the garage deck are shared by the building tenants and feature modest event lawns, seating areas, ornamental planting and sweeping panoramas of the Santa Monica mountains to downtown Los Angeles. To minimize the impact of thermal gain and stormwater runoff, each building also features an extensive planted with regionally-appropriate plant materials and a small private terrace.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Team: Gensler, HLB Lighting Design, Psomas, Environmental International Corporation
Photography Credit: Marion Brenner, Paul Hester

The Campus at Playa Vista

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The Campus at Playa Vista

The Campus at Playa Vista

Developed as a component of the 64-acre Playa Vista master plan, this 6.5-acre office development features structured parking and four separate buildings totaling 325,000 SF of Class A office space. Richly detailed courtyards utilize combinations of paving materials and drought-tolerant plants to create a unique mood and identity for each building entry.

Third-floor terraces built over the garage deck are shared by the building tenants and feature modest event lawns, seating areas, ornamental planting and sweeping panoramas of the Santa Monica mountains to downtown Los Angeles. To minimize the impact of thermal gain and stormwater runoff, each building also features an extensive planted with regionally-appropriate plant materials and a small private terrace.

PROJECT INFORMATION
Location:
Los Angeles, CA
Team: Gensler, HLB Lighting Design, Psomas, Environmental International Corporation
Photography Credit: Marion Brenner, Paul Hester