Projects

2021–
Albatross Reach, Sea Ranch CA, Residence.

2020
Hanalei Plantation Rd, Kauai HI, Residence.

Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA, Condominium remodel.

Arcadia Avenue, Oakland CA, Residential remodel.

2018
Newcomb St, San Francisco, CA, Residential remodel.

2016
Regent St, Berkeley, CA, Co-housing remodel.

2013
Jin Hai Lake Housing, Jin Hai China, Three Duplex Resort Residences.

2012
Sailing Center, King Harbor Marina, Redondo Beach CA, Community Facility for sailing & outrigger use.

2011
Madrone Meadow, Sea Ranch CA, Residential remodel.

2010
2nd Street, San Francisco CA, Loft remodel.

2008
Liberty Street, Ann Arbor MI, Mixed use remodel.

2005
WearHouse, Ann Arbor MI, Residence.

2004
Ox-Bow School of the Arts, Saugatuck MI, Invited Competition.

2003
Hill Street, Ann Arbor MI, Condominiums.

1808 Abbott, Ann Arbor MI, Residential remodel.

2001
Agoura Hills, Los Angeles CA, Residence.

Renaissance Towers Penthouse, Los Angeles CA, Residence.

2000
Freight Yard Housing, Los Angeles CA, Mixed use, w/ Studio Works.

Grateful Palate, Los Angeles CA, Office interior.

Seventh Street, Hermosa Beach CA, Residential addition & remodel.

1999
CoMA, College of Modern Art, Los Angeles CA, Invited Contributor, Architectural Record.

Oak Pass Road, Scheme II, Los Angeles CA, Residence.

Dearborn Avenue, Los Angeles CA, Residential remodel.

1998
Otis College of Art and Design: Los Angeles CA, Fine Arts Building, Invited Competition.

Hillside Avenue 3, Los Angeles CA, Residential addition & remodel.

Renaissance Towers, Los Angeles CA, Apartments, Office remodel.

Sage Lane,  Santa Monica CA, Residence.

Oak Pass Road, Scheme I, Los Angeles CA, Residence.

1997
WaterWorks, Advanced Water Treatment Plant, San Diego CA, with R. Millar

1996
WorkHouse, West Hollywood CA, Studio/Residence.

Yacht Club Way, Redondo Beach CA, Restaurant.

1995
Hopkins Way, Redondo Beach CA, Apartment building remodel.

Boater's Facility, King Harbor Marina, Redondo Beach CA, Locker room, laundry, storage facility.

SCI-Arc Cycles of Expression CA, Grand Central Station, NYC, Exhibition.

1994
King Harbor Marina, Redondo Beach, CA, Master Plan.

Hillside Avenue 2, Los Angeles CA, Residence.

1993
Yacht Club Way, Redondo Beach CA, Office remodel.

Market Cafe, Redondo Beach CA, Restaurant.

1992
Norton Avenue, Los Angeles CA, Residential addition & remodel.

Re: American Dream, Los Angeles CA, Housing study.

Poetic Justice, Los Angeles CA, Office interior, with Edwin Chan.

Bluewaters, Redondo Beach CA, Restaurant.

1991
SiteWorks, Los Angeles CA, Speculative project.

Hillside 1, Los Angeles CA, Twin residences, with Edwin Chan.

40th Street, San Pedro CA, Residential addition & remodel.

1990
Marina Cove, Redondo Beach CA, Hotel.

Mooncrest Place, Encino CA, Residential remodel.

1988
SportCenter, Redondo Beach CA, Fitness facility.

1987
Roma in Restauro, Rome Italy, Speculative project.




Publications

2017
Fellowships at Van Alen Institute: Dinkeloo Traveling Fellowships, Tom J. Buresh

2015
30 Years of Emerging Voices—Idea, Form, Resonance, The Architectural League of New York

2008
Middle_Out: practices, geographies and the near now, Jason Young (ed), “Guthrie + Buresh Architects: WearHouse, Old + New Dreams”, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

2006
Archithese, vol. 6, Aaron Betsky, “American Utopia”.

2003
Praxis, vol. 5, Kazys Varnelis , “LA at the Limits”.

Sunset Magazine, Jil Peters, “Heart of the Home”, April issue.

2002
All American: Innovation in American Architecture, B. Carter & A. LeCuyer, “Guthrie + Buresh Architects”, New York: Thames & Hudson.

306090, vol. 02, A. Briseno & J. Solomon (ed), “Aoki & Buresh: transitions”, Princeton Arch. Press.

2001
New American Additions and Renovations: 25 Case Studies, I. Kim & J. G. Trulove (ed),  “Alvear House”, New York: Whitney Library of Design.

Casa Brutus, July, no.16, “Looking for My Case Study House”, Japan.

Casas Internacional, P. Bransburg (ed), “Guthrie + Buresh Architects: WorkHouse and Sage Lane”, January, No. 77, Argentina.

2000
The Architecture Traveler: A Guide to 250 Key 20th C. American Buildings, Sydney LeBlanc, “WorkHouse 1996”, New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Working at Home: working and living spaces, Aurora Cuito, “A House and Workshop for Architects”, New York: Loft Publications.

10+1 no. 22, Raymond Ryan, “USA Architects”, Architecture 2001: Forty Navigations, Japan.

A+U: Architects in American West Coast, Michael Webb, “LA Houses: Building on A Modernist Tradition”, and “Guthrie + Buresh: WorkHouse”, No. 356, Japan.

Angelino, Paul Young, “Delirious with Design: What are top Architects doing today that the rest of the world will be doing tomorrow?” October.

Los Angeles Times, Diane Haithman, “New Modes for Modern Lives”, Oct. 29.

1999
The Un-Private House, Terrence Riley, “Guthrie + Buresh, WorkHouse”, New York: The Museum of Modern Art.

Single-Family House: The Private Domain,J. Salazar & M. Gausa (ed), “Interactive Boxes, Guthrie + Buresh WorkHouse”, Barcelona: Actar.

Home: The twentieth-century house, D. Sudjic with T. Beyerle (ed), “Guthrie + Buresh Architects Los Angeles”, Glasgow: Laurence King Publishing.

California New Style, Hitoshi Abe, “WorkHouse”, Japan.

Lotus Document No. 22: The Dense-city, M-A Ray, R. Sherman & M. Zardini (ed), “Building Out/Over, Guthrie + Buresh, On the Lot”, and “Urban Housing Prototypes in Los Angeles”.

Architecti No. 47, J. Santa Rita (ed), “Guthrie + Buresh Architects: Oak Pass Residence”, Portugal.

Architectural Record, “The Millennium Futures to Come: Visionary Projects by Nine American Architecture Firms”, December.

New York Times, Roberta Smith, "Drop Dead Beauty and Luxe, With an Intimate Index of Change”, July 2.

MET HOME, Andrea Codrington, “Home Peep Show”, Jul./Aug.

Metropolis, Michael Speaks, “Leaving Home, LA’s New Wave of Residential Architects”, June.

Lotus No. 100, “Los Angeles: From the Single-Family Dwelling to the Urban House”.

Los Angeles Times Magazine, Nicolai Ouroussoff, "Pleasure Principle", May 16.

Architectural Record, “Exhibitions- Un-private House”, April.

1998
From the Center: Design Process @ SCI-Arc, M. Rotondi & M. Reeve (ed), , “Tom Buresh & Danelle Guthrie”, New York: The Monacelli Press.

Los Angeles Times, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Urban Visionaries Coming in to Focus”, Calendar, Dec. 27.

Los Angeles Times, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Putting Up Walls That Break Down Barriers”, Calendar, Art and Architecture, November 15.

Architecti No. 42, Joao Santa Rita (ed), “Danelle Guthrie + Tom Buresh, WorkHouse”, August, Portugal.

Architecture Magazine, Aaron Betsky, “Form & Deformation”, Annual Awards Issue, Awards, “Citation: Waterworks, Millar/Guthrie + Buresh”, April.

1997
The New American House 2: Innovations in Residential Design and Construction, Oscar Ojeda (ed),“WorkHouse”, New York: Whitney Library of Design.

Architectural Review, Barbara Lamprecht, "The New Restraint", November.

Los Angeles Times, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Missions Legacy Lives on in Vast Landscape of Red Tile Roofs and Adobe”, Sept. 7.

Architecture in Balance: 7 Southern California Architects, Exhibition Catalog, Aaron Betsky, “Arrested Developments: The Space of Art in the Work of Seven Los Angeles Architects”, Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts.

LA Weekly, Michael Darling, "Works in Progress: Seven Architects re-imagine the Armory", July 18-24.

Los Angeles Times Magazine, Nicolai Ouroussoff, "Basic Instinct: After the crash and burn ‘80’s, LA Architecture has found salvation with a return to essentials", April 6.

1996
Architectural Design Magazine, K. Rattenbury (ed), "Architecture on the Horizon", “Guthrie + Buresh”, Profile No. 122.

Architecture Magazine, Morris Newman, "Guthrie + Buresh Architects", June.

1995
Re: American Dream: Six Urban Housing Prototypes for Los Angeles, Roger Sherman (ed),  Princeton Arch. Press.

Design Journal, NewsBites, "Exhibition of Bicycles Recalls Bygone Days of Youth", June.

VM+SD, "Cycles of Expression", June.

Architecture Magazine, News, "Hadid and Bicycles at Grand Central", March.

1992
NOW TIME, Buresh, Chan & Guthrie, "Glasraums", No. 2.

1991
Experimental Architecture, Aaron Betsky, “Building (in) the Brave New World”, New York: Rizzolli.

ZYZZYVA, No. 27, Vol. VII, No. 3, "Guthrie + Buresh Architecture, Exterior Room", Fall.

Angeles Magazine, City Views, "Young Turks", May.

Kenchiku Bunka, vol.46 no. 534, "SCI-Arc: Guthrie + Buresh Architects", April.

UCLA Architectural Journal, Vol. III, SiteWORKS: Investigations of Spaces In-between, “CRISS CROSS, A [no man’s] ROOM: BERM”, Los Angeles: University of CA.

1990
Violated Perfection, Aaron Betsky, "Masques, Messages and Texts", New York: Rizzolli.

1988
Offramp, T. Buresh & D. Guthrie, "Roma in Restauro", Vol. 1. No. 1, Los Angeles: Southern California Institute of Architecture.

1986
Exhibition Catalogue, "Roma in Restauro", American Academy in Rome.

1986
UCLA Architectural Journal, “Thesis Projects 1985”, Tom Buresh & Danelle Guthrie.
 


Exhibitions

2015
“Drawn” Perloff Gallery, UCLA.

2008
“Drawn Out” Architecture Gallery, University of Michigan.

2006
“Competitions”, Perloff Gallery, UCLA.

2004
“Past, Present and Future”, Perloff Gallery, UCLA.

2000
“LA 12-2000”, Feldman Gallery, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles.

1999
“Futures to Come”, Max Protetch Gallery, New York City.

“The Un-private House”, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Exhibit traveled to Fundacao Bienal de Sao Paolo; Mak Center, Vienna; Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona.

“Glasgow Art and Architecture-1999”, Glasgow.

1998
“New Blood: 101”, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles and Yale University.

1997
“Last Chance for Eden: Los Angeles Architecture”, Danish Center for Architecture, Copenhagen and Berlin.

“Architecture in Balance”, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena.

1996
“Architecture on the Horizon”, Royal Institute of British Architects Gallery, London.

1995
“Southland Revision”, Pepper Art Gallery, University of Redlands, Redlands.

“SCI-Arc Cycles of Expression”, Grand Central Terminal, New York City.

1994
“100 Years of Architecture in Los Angeles”, A.I.A. National Convention, Los Angeles.

1993
“One Project:”, Standard: Art and Architecture Gallery, Los Angeles.

1991
“Re: American Dream”, Barnsdall Art Park, Municipal Gallery, Los Angeles.

“3x3+9”, San Francisco Chapter AIA, San Francisco.

“Metropolis in Transition”, Sibauro Institute of Technology, Tokyo.

1990
“SiteWorks”, UCLA Architecture Gallery, Los Angeles.

1986
“Roma in Restauro”, American Academy, Rome.

1985
“Chaco Canyon”, AIA National Convention, San Francisco.



Honors

2015
Most Admired Educators, Design Intelligence Magazine.

2011–15
Eva Li Chair in Design Ethics, University of California, Berkeley.

2009–10
Emil Lorch Collegiate Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan.

2004
Faculty Service Award, University of Michigan.

2003
Donna M. Salzer Undergraduate and Graduate Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Michigan.

2001
Distinguished Alumnus, Department of Architecture, UCLA.

2000
Design Achievement Award, College of Design, Iowa State University.

1998
PA Awards, Architecture Magazine, Citation, WaterWorks AWTP with R. Millar.

1997
Emerging Voices, The Architectural League of New York.

1986
Dinkeloo Traveling Fellowship, NIAE and American Academy in Rome.


updated August 26, 2021