Administration Building Disneyland Hotel
Disneyland BOH
Disney's California Adventure
Downtown Disney
It's Tough To Be a Bug 3D Theatre
7021 Hollywood Blvd
Historic Breakers Hotel
Alliance / Aspire Charter Schools Co-Location
Jefferson High School Cafeteria Remodel
Oscar De La Hoya Animo Charter School
Para Los Niños - Family Learning Complex
The Cascade Café @ Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Roll-The Orchard
Valor Academy Temporary Classrooms
Borrego Valley Foods
Bomb House
Scott Residence
Royal Equestrian Apartments
Alliance Headquarters
Civic Complex- Calabasas City Hall and Library
Sky Room North
Bernard's Restaurant
POLA World Cruise Center
Chime Charter School
New Millennium 130 W Victoria St FS
New Millennium Secondary School
New Millennium Secondary School- South Bay
Spotlight 29 Blue Bar
Lord Residence
Red Bull
Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica Place Parking Structure
Life Line Charter School
Villa Venetia Leasing Office and Fitness Center
ClubCorp CDC
Crenshaw YMCA
Fontana Offices
California History Museum
Fox Fullerton (NOCO)
Adaptive Re-Use Preschool Conversion
Westfield Gilroy
Narbonne High School
Hollywood and Highland
Offices for Visages, rps
Renaissance Hotel Fitness Center
Fusion Huntington Beach
Prajin Residence
The Strand
Academia Moderna Charter School
Offices for C.W. Driver- Irvine
Honda Car Dealership
Subaru Car Dealership
Suzuki Car Dealership
Bernadeli Restaurant
Medico Professional Linen Service Facility
11600 Wilshire
52nd Street Elementary School
7083 Hollywood Blvd
617 West Seventh Street
617 West Seventh Street Extension
Alliance- College Ready Academy High School No.5 (Main Street)
Alliance for College Ready Schools- 54th St.
Alliance Headquarters
Alliance Union Site Plan
Animo Charter High School- Lorena
Animo Charter High School- Whitter
Animo Charter High School- World Trade Center
Animo Leadership Charter High School
Armant Residence
Arts and Enterprise First Floor Tenant Improvements
Belvedere Restroom
Bienstock Residence
Bright Star Schools
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy
Carson High School
Carver Middle School Athletic Facilities
Chalk Preschool
CIM Wilshire
Downtown Business Magnet High School
East Los Angeles Skills Center
El Rancho Charter MS
Elizabeth Learning Center Science Labs
Fairfax High School New Grandstand and Synthetic Track and Field
Ford Boulevard High School
Foshay Learning Center
Frida Kahlo High School
Garfield High School
Garfield High School Auditorium
Green Dot Master Plan
Griffith Middle School
GSA Roybal Jury Room
Ivy Academia Charter School
Jefferson High School
Jefferson High School New Technology
KIPP Lincoln Heights
LAUSD- District wide roofing projects
LAUSD- Inventory Analysis
LAUSD- Various ADA Barrier removal projects
LAUSD- Various Relo Certification Rroject
LAUSD- Various Science Labs
Los Angeles Academy Arts and Enterprise
Los Angeles Leadership Academy
Manual Arts High School
McDonald Housing
Morningside Elementary School
Nevin Elementary School
New Heights Charter School<
Opportunities Unlimited- 1339 E. 120th Street
Para Los Niños Middle School
Perez Special Education Center
Prime Ed
Rocklin Academy
Roll 7th Floor & Legal Offices
Roll 7th Floor Lobby
Roosevelt High School
Schools in Action
South Central Plan
South Union
Synergy Central Ave.- APCH
Valor Academy
Verdugo Hills High School
Weingart Stadium Renovation
West Coast Gateway
West Olympic Office Tower
Wilson High School
Marina City Club
Fusion Academy and Learning Center
Nipomo Town Square
Lake Avenue Retail
Offices for C.W. Driver
Westfield Sacramento
GSA E Schwartz Fed Building Staircase
Bjorn Eyewear 1 + 2
San Jose Art & Light Events Program
Fairway Villas
RCMI Apartments
Alliance for College Ready Schools- APCH
South Gate High School Library
Briarwood Square Renovation
SJRRC Facility
College Ready Academy High School No.13
Braemar Country Club
Bolton Residence
Hampton at South Bay Apartments
Shell/ Toyota Hydrogen Station
CHAMPS 6842 Van Nuys
CHAMPS 8750 Van Nuys
CHAMPS Dance Studio
Alliance Cindy and Bill Simon Technology Academy High School (Watts)
POLA Red Car Museum

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The Port of Los Angeles invited TFO Architecture to submit a Phased Vision Plan / Master plan for the area surrounding the World Cruise Terminal at the port. The TFO Architecture Design Team identified and solved many urban design issues and provide a long-term solution to strengthen the San Pedro community. The green solutions envisaged – in both Phase 1 and Phase 2 – start with a welcoming Gateway Plaza serving residents, Gateway Fountain viewers and cruise passengers at the North with a New Plaza and marquee defining the vehicular and pedestrian entrance to the World Cruise Center and then extends toward the center of San Pedro with landscaped treatment along the Promenade and the major roadway (Harbor Boulevard). The solutions take into consideration sight lines from a wide range of points of view and elevations.The solution begins at the north with the Gateway Plaza – a landscaped area open to the community, with hardscape and softscape improvements. There is a revenue opportunity in 10,000 sq ft of retail / food & beverage including outdoor dining, and an observation deck overlooking the salt marsh. (Bus parking shifts to an area near the Baggage Handling Facility; the bus ramp to access Berth 93 Terminal is maintained.) This Gateway Plaza connects to the north to the salt marsh.

The “World Cruise Center” marquee over the vehicular entrance to the parking area defines the facility and explains its function. This vehicular entrance will be used by passengers departing on a cruise, drivers of cars and buses dropping off or picking up cruise passengers, and drivers parking while viewing the Gateway Fountain or the proposed Phase 1 landscaped berm. The berm extends from the parking entrance at the north to the edge of the site to the south. Within a 60-ft setback, the berm provides (a) a green space for viewing the Gateway Fountain or recreation, (b) on the inside, parking spaces for public use and (c) a visual buffer hiding the expanse of parking behind.

The 250 parking spaces are usable for cruise passengers, and also by general public on a daily basis. The security line when ships are not in port moves to a new security booth location beyond these general use parking spaces.

Beyond the berm proposed in Alternative 1, the green continues with a gentle slope rising to a plateau at 20 ft, then another at 30 ft and the top plateau at 40 ft above grade. The park’s layout will take into account the city street grid, extending the lines of O’Farrell and Santa Cruz as visual elements and paths.

Security is assured by a vertical separation; the park is open to the public, while the parking below is accessible via the main vehicular entrance. The bus ramp to access Berth 93 Terminal is removed, with its function assured by lanes in the parking structure.

In conjunction with the construction of the parking structure, the Berth 91/92 Terminal and Baggage Handling Facility will be removed, replaced by a state-of-the art passenger terminal designed and engineered in close collaboration with the cruise terminal operator.

The park’s top level will have a prominent, revenue-generating food & beverage facility in an iconic building. The lower level of this facility will have a food court, while the upper level will have a high-end restaurant with views of the park to the west and The Port of Los Angeles to the north, east and south; valet parking should be considered.

The park will include recreational areas as well as seating and shade. There can be other commercial facilities in the park.

This top level also provides an opportunity to double the solar panel array near the Berth 93 Terminal.

TFO Architecture: Design Architect