SANTA BARBARA, CA – PMSM/19six Architects, one of the oldest architectural firms in California, is proud to announce that Rosa Alvarado has been promoted to Associate Principal. “Rosa approaches architecture from the perspective of those who will be using the space. She is a great listener and able […]
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At the 2015 Santa Barbara Beautiful Annual Awards Gala, PMSM Architect was honored with the Santa Barbara Historic Revitalization Award for our work on The New Vic Theatre. Santa Barbara Beautiful is an organization of volunteers dedicated to beautifying our area in a variety of ways not only by working independently […]
PMSM Architects is pleased to announce that La Cumbre Junior High School, Auditorium Modernization, Santa Barbara, California has been selected for publication in Penton’s American School & University 2015 Educational Interiors Showcase. It is featured in the August 2015 edition of the magazine and also on the Web at www.SchoolDesigns.com. […]
On February 3, 2015, PMSM Architects was awarded the George Washington Smith Award for Exemplary Design in Architecture for the renovation and addition to the New Victoria Street Theatre. The award was presented by the Santa Barbara City Council and the Architectural Board of Review and the Historic Landmarks Commission.
PMSM Architects was honored to receive the George Washington Smith Award for Exemplary Design in Architecture. Since 1986, the Santa Barbara Historic Landmarks Commission (HLC) and the Architectural Board of Review (ABR) have jointly selected buildings, landscape features, and people to receive design awards. The award winners are selected by […]
This weekend, the curtain goes up at the new Victoria Theater, Ensemble Theatre Company’s $11.5-million top-to-bottom renovation of the space on the corner of Chapala and Victoria streets in Santa Barbara.
Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care (VNHC) celebrated the grand opening of its new hospice inpatient facility, Serenity House, last night at a reception honoring donors and local leaders for their ongoing support of the community-funded building project.