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A rustic retreat near the village of Ojai, featuring modern fixtures and amenities, with beautiful handcrafted woodwork throughout.
Beach House 1
This floor plan for this ocean-front residence is open and simple, with an arched conversation room projecting toward the sea like the prow of a ship.
Patagonia Headquarters, Ventura
We welded the spirit of the original firehouse that stood on this location to today’s technology and environmental considerations.
Stables Restoration and Engineering HQ
Hartigan/Foley converted the classic original Cate School horse stables into what is now the Building & Grounds department. The classic design provides signature identity to track & field events. (Click image for more)
Patagonia Retail Store, Santa Monica
Our collaboration with Patagonia resulted a retail destination framed by vaulted ceilings, filled with abundant natural light, and characterized by brick, wood and other natural materials.
The wine store and boutique was the vision of owner Seana Weaver. The building itself is from the 1920’s, and the vintage ceiling and rafters add flavor to the rich new fixtures. The comfortable environment is maintained by brick walls, the stained concrete floor, and solar-powered roof-mounted exhaust fans.
Cate School Daycare Center
This Daycare Center is one of dozens of projects we’ve developed over the years for The Cate School. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified for energy efficiency.
Cate School Residences
These Faculty Residences consist of five 2,400 s.f. +/- LEED Platinum homes, constructed to the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability.
Cate School Bioswales
Bioswales are landscape elements designed to remove silt and pollution from surface waters. The Cate bioswales were designed to enhance the campus’ natural beauty, while slowing and cleaning runoff water during rain events. (Click image for more)
Gills Onion Energy Recovery System
An innovative digester that produces thousands of cubic feet per day from onion-peel waste. (Click image for more)