SPF:a employs prefab construction to expand Rancho Cienega Sports Complex in Los Angeles

Aerial view of Rancho La Cienega project (SFP:a)

Aerial view of Rancho La Cienega project (SPF:a)

After winning a Los Angeles–sponsored competition last February to redevelop the Rancho Cienega Sports Complex (RCSC) in Baldwin Hills, SPF:a—along with landscape architect Hood Design Studio and engineer Buro Happold—is moving forward with design.

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Eavesdrop> Is Zoltan Pali Out at the Academy Museum?

Eavesdroplet, West
Thursday, May 8, 2014


In sad but spectacular gossip news, we’ve been informed that Culver City firm SPF:a has been removed from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ new museum project in Los Angeles. SPF:a principal Zoltan Pali had been working with Renzo Piano on the project since 2012.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012


As we reported last week, Zoltan Pali and Renzo Piano were tagged to design the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ new film museum inside LA’s former May Company Building. We recently caught up with Culver City-based Pali, principal of SPF:a, to discuss the project. It’s still early, so he couldn’t give many details, but he did share some Twitter-sized kernels about his approach and his upcoming collaboration. Read More

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