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Patrick Tighe Architecture

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Locations & Contacts

  • 1632 Ocean Park Boulevard
    Santa Monica, CA 90405
    Patrick Tighe, Principal
    [email protected]

Team

  • Patrick Tighe

Firm Description

Our firm was founded on the belief that architecture has the capacity to help shape one’s experience in and of this world. Our projects, big or small, public or private, high-end or low-income, all engage the public in a meaningful way and leave a lasting impression.

Continued growth is vital to the development of our work. We are constantly re-evaluating and repositioning the work as the world around us changes. Change in our own work stems from an intense exploration of the complex social, cultural, political and technological issues that influence each project.

Innovation and a never-ending inquiry are at the forefront of every problem presented to us. Extensive research and analysis along with the implementation of new technologies, new fabrication methods, new means of construction and new materials yield a relevant, forward-thinking architecture.

The context from which each project is situated is deeply interrogated. It is through the process of uncovering the imbedded potential coupled with pursuing larger cultural ideas that result in very specific solutions. The architecture reflects the inherent conditions of each client, site, program and budget.

Our body of work is diverse. Projects range from robotically carved interiors to hand-crafted masonry structures; from post production spaces in Hollywood to prefab homes in the woods of Maine; from small-scale gallery installations to urban interventions at the scale of the city and from villas in China and on the North African coast for His Highness Sheik Sultan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan to our affordable housing projects for people living with HIV Aids in inner city Los Angeles.

Our work is as multiple and varied as life itself. We are committed to expanding, pushing, rethinking, retooling and rebooting; whatever it takes to continue to create relevant, well-crafted, meaningful experiences.

Projects

  1. Award Winning Montee Karp

    Montee Karp

    Malibu, CA

  2. Award Winning Nurizzo Residence

    Nurizzo Residence

    West Hollywood, CA

  3. Award Winning Garrison Residence

    Garrison Residence

    Redondo Beach, CA

  4. La Brea Housing for formerly homeless LGBT youth

    La Brea Housing for formerly homeless LGBT youth

    West Hollywood, CA

  5. Award Winning La Brea Housing

    La Brea Housing

    West Hollywood, Calif.

  6. Award Winning Sierra Bonita Housing

    Sierra Bonita Housing

    West Hollywood, CA, United States

  7. TAICHUNG FINE ARTS MUSEUM & LIBRARY Taichung, Taiwan

    TAICHUNG FINE ARTS MUSEUM & LIBRARY Taichung, Taiwan

    United States

  8. LA LOFT Los Angeles, California

    LA LOFT Los Angeles, California

    Los Angeles, CA, United States

  9. KANGDE TOWERS Chongqing, China

    KANGDE TOWERS Chongqing, China

    Chongqing, China

  10. THE MOVING PICTURE COMPANY Santa Monica, California

    THE MOVING PICTURE COMPANY Santa Monica, California

    Santa Monica, CA, United States

  11. JINHAI LAKE VILLAS Jinhai, China

    JINHAI LAKE VILLAS Jinhai, China

    Jinhai, China

  12. AFFORDABLE HOUSING West Hollywood, California

    AFFORDABLE HOUSING West Hollywood, California

    Los Angeles, CA, United States

  13. TIGERTAIL Brentwood, California

    TIGERTAIL Brentwood, California

    Los Angeles, CA, United States

  14. Award Winning West Hollywood Housing

    West Hollywood Housing

    West Hollywood, CA, United States

  15. Award Winning Moving Picture Co.

    Moving Picture Co.

    Santa Monica, CA, United States

  16. Award Winning Memory Temple

    Memory Temple

    Los Angeles, CA, United States

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