Press

Valerie Schweitzer’s work has been published in 10 countries worldwide. Current online and magazine press from around the world:

world-architecture-news 2018 (United Kingdom) ;  e-architects 2017 (United Kingdom); designgenie 2017 (Mumbai,India); berlogos.com 2017 (Russia) ; Designboom, 2018 (Italy), world-architects (USA) 2018, inhabitat, 2018; 88designbox 2018 (Spain); Roof (Portugal); 90 Grados (Puerto Rico) , 2018; Dexinger (USA); sofadeco (Quebec,Canada) 2018; aeccafe (USA); newatlas.com 2018; dumazahrada.cz.com 2018 (Czech Republic);realestate.com 2018 (Australia);archello (Netherlands);www.theliving.co.kr (South Korea);Le Figaro (France)

https://www.e-architect.co.uk/america/the-tides-brentwood-in-los-angeles/attachment/the-tides-brentwood-v291117-d8#main

 

Achitectural Digest  2008

Open Audition Finalist/ Winner;  publication of Studio in print and also at:

www.architecturaldigest.com

 

The Jewish Press, Jan 4, 2008″Chief Rabbi Encourages Connecticut Mikvah project”Stamford Associate 2007

UCLA School Of Architecture, June 1997
Photograph of winning thesis project, an office park (see Academic)

UCLA RUMBLE Alumni Exhibition June 2010

www.futureofshade2017.com Bubble Shade Valerie Schweitzer AIA with Hacken Lee , May 2017

Citation on Architizer’s website for this Sunbrella shade International competition

Team: Valerie Schweitzer AIA,  Hacken Li

November-2017
e-architect.com  Article on the Tides Brentwood, and also a write-up on our firm.
https://www.e-architect.co.uk/america/the-tides-brentwood-in-los-angeles/attachment/the-tides-brentwood-v291117-d9#main
 
 

The intriguing Butterfly Studio, winning an award in Architectural Design (Small Architecture) and designed by Valerie Schweitzer Architects is a fascinating combination of primitive and futuristic, with shard-like angles, and materials including stucco, steel, and recycled teak. For more details of this inspiring project, please read more here: https://architectureprize.com/winners/winner.php…

Inspired in part by the closing of a butterfly’s wings and other organic forms, this 300 sq ft art studio and private office for a family home in W…
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