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BisNow, February 2013, “Retrofit Removes 1,000 Vehicles”, Article on Gangi Development solar install on Media Village

WREN Western Real Estate News, February 2013“Gangi Installs Sustainability Retrofit for Media Village Project”, 4 page print article on Gangi Development’s sustainable solar installation and energy retrofitting.

WREN Western Real Estate News, October 2010, “Radiant Systems Beginning to Supplant Conventional HVAC”

http://TheArchitect’, February 2010,  News: Sourced Up

Azur, Hong Kong Magazine, 2010, Best Selection of Shanglin, December 2009, “Energizing Museums”

Museum Design Lab, December 2009, Energizing Museum”

Deutsche Bauzeitung, September 2009Trends Energie: Nachhaltigkeit Im Vergleich

3rd Quarter  – arcCA Magazine,  2009 , 2009 AIACC Design Awards: Honor Award For Architecture

Ecological Architecture, July 2009 , Braun, Germany, Book, Braun Publishing.

GREEN Architecture Now!  April 2009,  Book, Taschen Publishing.

Motor Trend, April 2009, “The Birth of a Notion”, Museums featured as backdrop for new Chevy Volt

Inland Empire Business Journal, January 2009, “Real Estates Notes”

PREPTalk, Winter 2008/2009“Design Excellence for a Sustainable Future”

International New Architecture, August 2008, “Water+Life Museum and Campus”

arcCA, July 2008: “What’s Love Got to Do with It?”

Glendale Business; July/August 2008: “Gangi Development / Architects garner top ‘green’ award”

Metropolitan Home; June 2008: “2008 Year’s Best Design 100”

Curbed SF: April 2008: “Game Over: Renzo’s Academy Lost the LEED Race”

USGBC Newsletter; April 2008: “Desert Museum Complex Receives LEED Platinum”

eco-structure; March 2008: “Museums Exhibit Green”

Architect Product Spec Guide; Fall 2007: “Water+Life Campus”

Worth; August 2007: “Que Syrah, Syrah”

Building Design + Construction: August 2007: “Two Museums, One story”;

GreenSource; July 2007; “A Desert Oasis: Case Study – Water + Life Museum Complex”

California Home + Design; June 2007 “View: Water + Life Museum Complex”

The Architect’s Newspaper; May 2, 2007; “Supersized and Sustainable”

Azure; May 2007; “Forms & Functions: Green Museums in the Golden State”; April 11, 2007; “Water + Life: Diamond Valley Water + Life Museums Campus by Lehrer + Gangi Design + Build”

LA Architect; January/ February 2007; Site profile”, DVL

USGBC –; November 2006; “USGBC – LA Case Study: Diamond Valley Lakes Museum and Campus”; DVL


Sustainable Energy Systems in Architectural Design – A Blueprint for Green Building: Dr. Peter Gevorkian; McGraw Hill; pgs 48, 71-74

Sustainable Energy Systems Engineering – The Complete Green Building Design Resource: Dr. Peter Gevorkian; McGraw Hill; pgs 81-87

Solar Power in Building Design – The Engineers Complete Design Resource: Dr. Peter Gevorkian; McGraw Hill; 127-131, 196-208

1000x Architecture of the Americas  Book  Verlagshaus Braun (Publisher)  Water + Life Museums and Campus 

GREEN Architecture Now!    Book    Taschen Publishing

Ecological Architecture    Book    Braun Publishing.   


2009 AIA CC Design Awards, Honor Awards – Museums of Water + Life

2008 AFLA Design Green Awards, Honor Awards – Museums of Water + Life

2008 Savings by Design from the AIA California Council, Merit Award – Museums of Water + Life

AIALA 2008 Honor Award - Museums of Water + Life

2007 Beyond Green – Sustainable  Buildings Industry Council

AIAPF 2007 Honor Award - Museums of Water + Life

PCBC 2007 Grand Award – Gold Nugget – Museums of Water + Life – Best Sustainable Project

PCBC 2007 Merit Award – Museums of Water + Life – Best Public / Private Use Facility

SBIC 2007 – Sustainable Building Industry Council, High Performance Building Award- Museums of Water + Life

PCBC 2006 Merit Award – Mission Meridian Village – Best Loft Project

PCBC 2006 Merit Award – Mission Meridian Village – Attached Urban Project of the Year

PCBC 2006 Merit Award – Mission Meridian Village – Best Attached Housing Project 18 to 40 du/acre For Sale

PCBC 2006 Grand Award – Gold Nugget -Mission Meridian Village – Best Re-development, Rehab or Infill Site Plan

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