Daly Genik Architects' Camino Nuevo High School was named one of the Best Los Angeles Buildings of the Decade by CurbedLA. SCI-Arc's undergraduate program director, Chris Genik, leads the architecture practice along with associate Kevin Daly. Their firm completed the Silver Lake-area high school in 2006.
The other nine buildings nominated are Frank Gehry's Disney Hall, Michael Maltzan's Inner City Arts; the Standard Hotel—Andre Balazs' renovation of Claud Beelman's Standard Oil building; the Caltrans District 7 Headquarters by Morphosis; the Kodak Theatre by Ehrenkrantz Eckstut + Kuhn Architects; the restored and expanded Griffith Observatory by Pfeifer Partners and Levin & Associates; the Cinerama Dome (2002) by Gensler on Arclight; Peter K. Schaborum's Van Nuys Civic Hall, whose restoration was coordinated by Kennard and Tetra design groups, and the Getty Villa–whose renovation and expansion was completed by Machado and Silvetti Associates.
CurbedLA editors compiled the top 10 list based on submissions from local architects, architectural writers, readers, and members of the community.
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