Seabright, a Mid-Century Modern rennovation, has been featured in the lastest edition of Trends Magazine with Kanner Architects.
Minardos Group is proud to announce winning the Renovation Award at the Los Angeles Business Council. Barton Meyers Associates, Inc. is the Architect. The entertainment office is a reconfigured 1960s warehouse in Santa Monica’s Industrial Corridor and serves as a model for adaptive reuse. Walls of glass and operable windows create a transparency within the space. The workspace is defined by views, light and volume. The structure is the key feature of this creative office space. The building’s exposed steel elements give the building a distinctive appeal. Taking advantage of prevailing winds, natural ventilation is accessed through operable windows and roll-up doors that lead to the outdoor terrace.
The Museum of Flying opened Saturday, February 25, 2012. Minardos Group teamed with architect, Rick Solberg of Solberg Associates to transform a former warehouse into the current Museum building. The Museum of Flying features extensive exhibits and displays on the history of the Douglas Aircraft Company and the Santa Monica Airport, the Museum also preserves and curates a number of static and flyable aircraft.
Other displays at the Museum highlight the pioneering aviation companies of Southern California including Boeing, Hughes Aircraft, Lockheed, North American, and Northrop.
The Museum also features a hands-on interactive area for children, a theatre for screening historic test footage, documentaries, and aviation related films, and an outdoor aircraft display plaza. The Museum is located at 3100 Airport Avenue on the south side of the historic Santa Monica Airport.
Featured in June 2012 as Editor's Pick in Metal Construction News.