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Portraits of LACMA’s Artists, Then and Now

Portraits of LACMA’s Artists, Then and Now Photograph by Art Streiber. Frederick Fisher, Frank Gehry, Catherine Opie, and Alex Prager payed homage to the early days of the California museum by re-creating its 1968 class photo and posing for portraits by Art Streiber. Reposted from Vanity Fair

One Year Later – An Impacted Crossroads School

SANTA MONICA, Calif., July 27, 2016—Nearly one year after Crossroads new Science Education and Research Facility is implemented, the 25,000-square foot facility and its creative benefits prove to be far from ephemeral. To gain an inside perspective on how the Frederick Fisher and Partners designed structure continues to resonate with students and faculty, FFP Summer 2016 interns Eli […]


SCUP 2016 – Creating a sense of campus identity: the new town square

    Congratulations to our fearless leader, Joe Coriaty, who presented with the Otis team (William Schaeffer – Otis College and Whitney Wyatt – Ehrlich Architects)! Our inspiration to be apart of SCUP 2016: Otis College of Art and Design, the oldest art school in Los Angeles, was geographically scattered over multiple locations throughout the […]

Join the FFP Family in the New Year!

We are seeking an Intermediate Designer/Architect and a Project Architect to join both our Los Angeles and New York offices!  Please note that if you live in New York, you may have the opportunity to work in our satellite New York City office — relocation to our main office in Los Angeles is not required. Due […]


Asli Tusavul @ Art Share LA’s MODULE Exhibition

  Join us from January 6 – January 9, 2016 to celebrate the work of one of our young designers, Asli Tusavul.  Her work, titled “Density / Non-Existing Reality“, will be shown in a group show at Art Share LA’s MODULE exhibition in Downtown LA’s Arts District, and highlights inspirations from various local artists.  This exhibition […]


Crossroads School Unveils New Science Education & Research Facility

    SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 15, 2015—Crossroads School for Arts & Science is proud to announce the completion of its new Science Education & Research Facility, the first new building on the School’s 21st Street Campus in nearly 20 years. Frederick Fisher and Partners designed the structure, which now houses the Middle and Upper […]



We’ve been talking about it for so long — and now it’s finally happening! On November 1, 2014, FFP will be launching our social media campaign to allow our clients, friends, colleagues, and peers to engage with us in a different way . Here…Design Matters! Contact, engage, and follow us on our journey to take […]


Preserving our Past, Engaging our Future FFP wins a 2014 HPOZ Award for the Jane B. Eisner School

Frederick Fisher and Partners was honored on Saturday, October 18th by the Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources and Los Angeles Conservancy for their innovative work and community-based solutions for a sustainable adaptive re-use of the Pacific Bell Building, located in Los Angeles, CA. The project is an innovative conversion of a 21,000 SF historic […]


Venturi’s Rome

Soon to be released, Venturi’s Rome – a new book – by Rome Prize fellows Frederick Fisher and Stephen Harby. Venturi’s Rome will be, in essence, a guidebook to the city of Rome seen through the eyes of Robert Venturi and re- interpreted by Frederick Fisher and Stephen Harby.  Watercolorist Stephen Harvey will create imaginative and […]


Fred Visits Venice Architecture Biennale

A day in Venice was a mixture of sublime, such as the newly restored 1958 Olivetti Showroom by Carlo Scarpa and the Prada Foundation’s exhibit “Art or Sound” , and the not so sublime Biennale Architettura. Koolhaas’  “Elements” exhibit (just buy the book) offered little for non-students while some of the national pavilions offered engaging examinations of […]