Northridge—The Student Recreation Center at California State University, Northridge, has received a coveted architectural award from the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC) in recognition of its notable design.
Presented at the 44th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills this summer, the SRC was honored with the Education Award as selected by the LABC and the Architects Awards Jury.
“It’s especially gratifying for the SRC to be recognized by the architectural professionals of Los Angeles,” said Student Recreation Center Director, Jimmy Francis. “We are pleased to share this award with our general contractor C.W. Driver and the project architects at LPA, Inc. for their outstanding work.”
The Los Angeles Architectural Awards recognize the best architecture and design in Los Angeles and Los Angeles County chosen from a wide range of building categories, including performing arts centers, affordable complexes and single-family homes. Out of hundreds of submissions this year, only 36 designs received an award.
Previously, The Student Recreation Center has received the SCUP Excellence Award in 2014, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Status Certification in 2013 and the AIA San Fernando Valley-Design Award in 2009.