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The Feed

Dutton Architects' FEED showcases a compilation of recent news items, Instagram photos, GRIDS-blog posts, as well as a slideshow of featured images.

Shouts & Murmers

News and events, accolades and observations, shouts and murmurs, regarding Dutton Architects.

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  • Dutton works on new Barcelona neighborhood with USC students

    John Dutton worked on the potential development of the Zone Franca area of Barcelona as part of his teaching in the USC – LaSalle program. Forty students looked at how this massively scaled industrial logistics area could be converted into a neighborhood.

  • New Malibu House under design

    A new modern hillside house in Malibu, set into a series of terraces, with views up and down the Malibu coast.

  • Dutton Architects moves into new office

    Dutton Architects moved into the Elysian, a restored building originally designed by William Perreira for the Metropolitan Water District.

  • Dutton Lectures on the Architecture of Barcelona Modernisme

    At the 2017 CNU in Seattle, John Dutton lectured on Barcelona Modernisme and Architectural Character.

    The panel focused on the idea of character, as opposed to style or typology, two better-known terms these days. Character implies the notion of architectural judgment, as articulated in Samir Younes’ “The Imperfect City: On Architectural Judgment.”

  • Hillside house in Brentwood with ocean views starts construction

    Dutton Architects is creating a new two-story addition to a modern house in Brentwood and renovating the rest of the house.  The addition accommodates two home offices for the couple, both TV/film writers, three bedrooms, a kitchen, a family room, and other support spaces.

  • On the Boards: Design of New House for Artist Mr. Brainwash

    A new house for the celebrated artist Mr. Brainwash is under design by Dutton Architects. The house is very open, and fluid, with very tall ceilings on both floors and some double height spaces. As befitting an artist, lots of light, especially through a central circulation atrium space that divides the front and the back. The volumes of the house are a collage of materials: corrugated steel, concrete, wood, and large Neolith panels. Accents of wood warm the space, and furniture-like elements help bring the scale down.

  • AIA Award for Grey Gardens

    John Dutton, and Barbara Bestor (of Bestor Architecture), won a Next LA award from the American Institute of Architects (A.I.A.) for their collaboration on their new senior housing prototype for the emerging baby-boom generation that is healthier, more social, active, and urban than previous generations.

  • Silver Lake Guest Pavilion Design

    Dutton Architects has completed a design for a guest pavilion and meditation  room on a spectacular site on top of Micheltorena Avenue in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Instagram Feed

Below are the most recent visual observations of buildings and places, form and space, people and landscape.  In short, whatever catches John’s eye.

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GRIDS blog

John Dutton’s blog investigating the places where architecture meets urbanism: historical examples of city-making as well as commentaries on contemporary urbanism.

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