Temple Israel of Hollywood, Hollywood, CA

Temple Israel has been a beacon of worship, community, social justice, and Jewish cultural reform since it’s founding in 1926.  Across from a festively illuminated courtyard with light strings above, and within view of the historic Synagogue, the multipurpose room features a ceiling piece created from CNC cut wooden slats with integrated controllable lighting. Linear fixtures and downlights illuminate the reception, library and office spaces in recessed and surface mounted versions, providing texture.  In the entrance hallway, metal pendants stand in contrast to the stark spaces, adding a contemporary flair.

Architect: KoningEizenberg Architecture
Photos: © Eric Staudenmaier

*This project won a 2018 Renovation Buildings Award from the Los Angeles Business Council, a 2017 Award of Citation from the Westside Urban Forum, and an Award of Honor from the AIA California Council.

Temple Israel has been a beacon of worship, community, social justice, and Jewish cultural reform since it’s founding in 1926.  Across from a festively illuminated courtyard with light strings above, and within view of the historic Synagogue, the multipurpose room features a ceiling piece created from CNC cut wooden slats with integrated controllable lighting. Linear fixtures and downlights illuminate the reception, library and office spaces in recessed and surface mounted versions, providing texture.  In the entrance hallway, metal pendants stand in contrast to the stark spaces, adding a contemporary flair.

Architect: KoningEizenberg Architecture
Photos: © Eric Staudenmaier

*This project won a 2018 Renovation Buildings Award from the Los Angeles Business Council, a 2017 Award of Citation from the Westside Urban Forum, and an Award of Honor from the AIA California Council.

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