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February 2020

Green Building & Design Magazine's Designing the Best New Learning Facilities by Cap Green features Moore Ruble Yudell’s Tepper Quad Project at Carnegie Mellon University. Buzz Yudell, FAIA describes designing a high performance educational building to encourage connectivity and experiential learning. Photo Credit: Albert Vecerka

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Mario Violich, FAIA spoke on February 21st for Modernism Week, discussing a new campus plan in downtown Palm Springs. The plan integrates The Palm Springs School of Architecture - A Collaboration between Cal Poly Pomona and College of the Desert. 

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Mario Violich, FAIA spoke on February 21st for Modernism Week, discussing a new campus plan in downtown Palm Springs. The plan integrates The Palm Springs School of Architecture - A Collaboration between Cal Poly Pomona and College of the Desert. 

We are looking for outstanding individuals with a passion to create vibrant, inspiring and sustainable places of community, collaboration, discovery, and innovation.
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We are looking for outstanding individuals with a passion to create vibrant, inspiring and sustainable places of community, collaboration, discovery, and innovation. The ideal candidates will be creative, self-motivated, and curious, with an innate ability to work effectively as part of a dynamic and innovative team.

Our work evolves from an unwavering commitment to humanistic architecture that embraces the overarching concerns of community, culture, and place. Our shared commitment to this philosophy guides the firm’s work at all scales; from private residences and multi-family housing, to academic and civic buildings, to campus and community planning.

Available Positions:

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Please send a digital copy of the following to employment@mryarchitects.com
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Moore Ruble Yudell is an equal opportunity employer.
Visit our website at moorerubleyudell.com to learn more about our office.

Moore Ruble Yudell’s Santa Monica Public Library, led during construction by Carissa Oyedele, and Principal Jeanne Chen’s and Bob Dolbinski’s Rustic Canyon View House, will be featured in the Built by Women Los Angeles 2020 exhibition at the A + D Museum opening May 15, 2020. The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation created, sponsored, and organized the Built by Women program to celebrate women’s contributions to the built environment....read more

Moore Ruble Yudell’s Santa Monica Public Library, led during construction by Carissa Oyedele, and Principal Jeanne Chen’s and Bob Dolbinski’s Rustic Canyon View House, will be featured in the Built by Women Los Angeles 2020 exhibition at the A + D Museum opening May 15, 2020. The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation created, sponsored, and organized the Built by Women program to celebrate women’s contributions to the built environment.

The 2020 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects has elevated Mario Violich & Neal Matsuno to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level. The fellows will be honored at a ceremony on May 15th at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2020 in Los Angeles....read more

The 2020 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects has elevated Mario Violich & Neal Matsuno to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level. The fellows will be honored at a ceremony on May 15th at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2020 in Los Angeles.

Moore Ruble Yudell is pleased to have sponsored the AIA|LA Committee on the Environment’s third annual 2oC Symposium. This year’s event centered around how the ideas of L.A.’s Green New Deal can be achieved, addressing sustainable topics at varying scales of design to forge a direct path forward in the decarbonization of the built environment....read more

Moore Ruble Yudell is pleased to have sponsored the AIA|LA Committee on the Environment’s third annual 2oC Symposium. This year’s event centered around how the ideas of L.A.’s Green New Deal can be achieved, addressing sustainable topics at varying scales of design to forge a direct path forward in the decarbonization of the built environment.

TOPPING OFF: The final beam has been put into place for the Santa Monica High School Discovery Building.
The Discovery Building is a major addition to the 3000+ student campus. This multi-function building is comprised of 5 levels with over 260,000 square feet of space. The building wraps around an open entry court with cascading stairs and bleachers for informal gathering.
Education is constantly changing and the Discovery Building is designed for change.
Designed as a ‘loft’ building with a flexible, open, column grid, its raised floor for building systems and non-load bearing walls enables spaces...read more

TOPPING OFF: The final beam has been put into place for the Santa Monica High School Discovery Building.
The Discovery Building is a major addition to the 3000+ student campus. This multi-function building is comprised of 5 levels with over 260,000 square feet of space. The building wraps around an open entry court with cascading stairs and bleachers for informal gathering.
Education is constantly changing and the Discovery Building is designed for change.
Designed as a ‘loft’ building with a flexible, open, column grid, its raised floor for building systems and non-load bearing walls enables spaces to be reconfigured over time. Sustainable features include ‘living’ green walls, displacement ventilation, roof top photovoltaic and solar thermal arrays. The classrooms are filled with natural light and many have operable glass walls connecting to shared Commons spaces.