HartmanBaldwin is partnering with Archer School for Girls, an elite educational institution in Southern California, to design and construct a new two-story residence for the school’s president, which will also serve as a multi-purpose facility that provides space for meetings, fundraisers, and private events.
Archer occupies the former Eastern Star Home for Women, a 1931 Spanish Colonial Revival building on Sunset Boulevard in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989, the structure provides Archer girls with a one-of-a-kind learning environment complete with dark wood beams, colorful mosaic fountains, and intricate architectural features around every corner. True to its origins, the building feels more like a home than a school, and girls quickly grow attached to its unique charm.
The new residence will be constructed on the north-west side of campus. Construction will take place during the academic year, so the team has implemented measures to minimize any impact to ongoing school activities.
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