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Woods Bagot's origins date back to 1869, when architect Edward John Woods was commissioned to improve and expand the design of St. Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide. In 1905 he joined forces with another prominent local architect, Walter Bagot, and the pair created Woods & Bagot.What kind of architecture does Woods Bagot do?
WOODS BAGOT is a global architecture studio. We span 17 studios across 6 regions. We do not have a signature style. We are a multi-authorship practice. We create alongside clients, communities & other creatives. We specialize in Architecture, Interiors & Masterplanning.Where is Woods Bagot studio in Los Angeles?
Woods Bagot’s Los Angeles studio is located at the historic Bradbury Building, as part of Neuehouse, a private workspace and cultural home for creators, innovators, and thought leaders. Built in 1893, The Bradbury Building has continuously operated as an office building since it was completed – becoming a National Historic Landmark in 1977.Why is Woods Bagot important to Los Angeles?
Woods Bagot’s “Re-Charge LA” proposal uses an electric mobility hypothesis as an opportunity to reinvigorate and re-energize the future of our infrastructure and create high-quality and evolving community-oriented places.