The studio integrates the landscape and interior as equal components of the domestic realm, which, at a time of constrained resources, involves looking for ways to do more with less.
Roger Sherman Architecture is distinguished by a dual interest in lifestyle and versatility. The studio integrates the landscape and interior as equal components of the domestic realm, which, at a time of constrained resources, involves looking for ways to do more with less.
Founded in 1990, Los Angeles-based Roger Sherman Architecture varies in size between four and six professionals. Owner and founder Roger Sherman is co-director of cityLAB, an urban think tank at University of California, Los Angeles, where he is an Adjunct Professor of Architecture.
Roger Sherman Architecture’s residential work has been recognized with numerous design awards, and has appeared in publications both nationally and internationally. In 2005 the firm’s Flex-Spec-Deck House in Gloucestershire, U.K., was exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum and RIBA Gallery in London. In the same year the firm received an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Merit Award for the 3-in-1 House in Santa Monica, California, which was also named Home of the Year in 2006 by Architect magazine and featured in Los Angeles magazine. In 1995, Roger Sherman authored Re: American Dream, a book offering new prototypes for infill housing in Los Angeles, California.