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Bravo's Million Dollar Decorator

Cindy Grant makes an appearance in the episode: Designed for Disaster and comes to the assistance of Kathryn Ireland on the Malibu Beach House. Read about it on Bravo's blog. Cindy has worked with Kathryn on projects in California and Europe.

Cindy Grant Architect to Watch

 


Architect to Watch: Cindy Grant

 

Extolling the value of aesthetics within the spectrum of architectural styles.

As featured in Green Building and Design November 2010

Cindy Grant Architect to Watch


Competition Winner for Habitat for Humanity: Las Aguas

 

Winners of 2010 Pattern Book Competition for Affordable Mulit-Family Housing held by the Institute of Classical Architecture, Southern California Chapter in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles.
Cindy Grant Architecture, Inc. with Tierra Sol y Mar, Inc. and Campion Walker Garden Design received an Honorable Mention for their multi-family housing entry "Las Aguas". The entry created courtyard living in a contemporary Spanish vernacular style architecture with sustainable features of food production, water harvesting, passive solar design with shading, daylighting, natural ventilation and night cooling, and sustainable and recycled building materials.

Cindy Grant Architecture, Inc. with Tierra Sol y Mar Inc. Architects and Campion Walker Garden Design

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Competition Winner for Habitat for Humanity: Casa de Paja

 

Winners of 2009 Southern California Pattern Book Competition for Single-Family Housing held by the Institute of Classical Architecture, Southern California Chapter in colloboration with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles.
Cindy Grant Architecture, Inc. with Tierra Sol y Mar Inc. and Brooke Gardner Interior Design were awarded Best Overall Design and Best Spanish Colonial Revival Design for their entry "La Casa de Paja" (they house of straw). The design is a sustainable home that can be easily built with straw bales using volunteer labor. This energy efficient design connects to three gardens in keeping with the California tradition of indoor/outdoor living.

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