Edward Ogosta MArch ’01 Receives Regional and National Distinction from the American Institute of Architects and Design Media for Body of Work
Edward Ogosta MArch ’01, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, is the recipient of several regional and national American Institute of Architects (AIA) awards. His firm received the 2018 AIA|LA’s Emerging Practice Award, and the renovation of his home won the 2018 AIA National Small Projects Award, the project’s sixth award. As a result of his 2018 AIA National Small Projects Award win, Ogosta was invited to serve as a jury member for the selection of the 2019 prize. DesignLA, the Los Angeles Times’ lifestyle magazine, showcased Ogosta’s home on the cover of its Winter 2018 issue. DesignLA also featured Ogosta as an expert on vitalizing Culver City, CA, in the Spring 2019 issue, where he leveraged his position as the only architect elected by the city council to serve on the Culver City Planning Commission. Ogosta was a featured guest on Form Magazine’s The Arch Podcast, where he talked about his accolades, his work, and sustainable design. Ogosta’s work and his firm were recently showcased in several publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Arch Daily, Design Milk, and Dezeen.
As Principal of Edward Ogosta Architecture in Culver City, Ogosta leads various projects—cultural, higher education, workplace, residential, and multifamily housing—with clarity and experiential depth. Since its founding in 2011, the firm has garnered numerous awards for its intuitive and contemporary vision of residential design. In addition, Ogosta lends his design expertise as Professor of Architecture at Woodbury University in Burbank, CA.
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