This small office building at 1729 Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, California — just a five-minute drive to Venice Beach — stands out thanks to its fluted-brick facade punctuated by a dark horizontal window along the sidewalk. Architect Mark Bittoni answered a few questions about the project. Click HERE to read the article on World-Archi

Steps from Venice Beach on Abbot Kinney Boulevard, a pilates studio-turned-coworking space captures the spirit of its locale with a hint of global flair. Renovated by Bittoni Architects and co-designed by Talia Laconi of Carbon&Bone and Brett Nestadt of Sweetfin, the space nods to its owner’s South African roots with an earthy palette and cus

The Los Angeles Transit Oriented Communities Affordable Housing Incentive Program (TOC Program) and the California Density Bonus Law are two policies designed to increase the production of affordable housing in California. Both policies incentivize developers to build affordable housing units by allowing them to exceed local zoning regulations for density an