Camino Nuevo High School — Los Angeles, CA
Architect: Daly Genik
Photographer: © Tim Griffith
Camino Nuevo High School involves the design of two new building structures with unique curved edges and cantilevered floors. The school consists of about 37,000 square ft., maximizing it’s use of the indoor and outdoor spaces within a limited urban site. With 16 classrooms, technology labs, and playing courts, each area of the facility is built to offer flexible use for the students and after-hours community.
2003 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, Gold Medal
2002 Westside Urban Forum Award
2001 AIA Los Angeles Master Plan Award