JFAK Takes Home Honor at 49th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards


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JFAK Architects was honored at the 49th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards, hosted by the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC) on June 21 at the Beverly Hilton. JFAK’s Homeless Navigation Center in South Los Angeles was selected as a winner in the Under Construction category.

“The 2019 Architectural Awards was our most exceptional yet, with world-class entries and designs that push boundaries and create spaces that foster connection and community,” said Mary Leslie, President of LABC. “This year’s award winners exemplify how architecture can elicit joy, enhance social interaction and promote meaningful experiences where people live work and play.”

The Navigation Center was selected from a competitive pool of hundreds of projects running the gamut from urban micro-living units to beachfront hotels. The center, which will serve Angelenos experiencing homelessness, specifically in Council District 8, was recognized for excellence in the Unbuilt Civic category. Winners were selected by a blind jury panel representing a cross-section of industry experts including architects, construction firms, owners and developers. Winning projects reimagined public spaces, both old and new, to foster community and engender civic pride. 

Representatives from JFAK Architects, along with leading architects, city officials, and business leaders, attended the awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton. For the full list of winning projects, please visit the Los Angeles Business Council website at www.labusinesscouncil.org

About the Los Angeles Business Council

The Los Angeles Business Council is one of the most effective and influential advocacy and educational organizations in California. For over 70 years, the LABC has had a major impact on public policy by harnessing the power of business and government to promote environmental and economic sustainability in the Los Angeles region. To learn more, please visit www.labusinesscouncil.org.

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