Calibre Award Nominations 2020
Nominations for the 2020 IIDA Calibre Awards were announced this week, and Oculus is proud to be recognized in three separate categories!
First up, LGBT Center – Anita May Rosenstein Campus, is nominated under the category of “Public & Community Spaces”. The dynamic architectural forms of the campus use light to create color and shape, with the ability to change color and become a beacon of light for pride month!
Concord Music Group received a nomination as part of the “Work Large” category. These offices offer unique lighting strategies used for each of their different record labels, making them memorable and relative to their respective styles of music.
Finally, the largest e-sports team facility, 100 Thieves, is up for an award categorized as “Work Small”. This 15,000sf creative space features multiple private training rooms, meeting rooms, gaming rooms, and Apparel Design & Retail space, and a business headquarters area.
Thanks to all of the teams at Leong Leong, KFA Architecture, Gensler Los Angeles, and OKB Architecture! We look forward to attending the event in August and celebrating all the good work of our friends and peers!