Alcorn & Benton Architects

Alcorn & Benton Architects
Alcorn & Benton Architects is listed in the Architects & Builders Service category in La Jolla, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Alcorn & Benton Architects which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Alcorn & Benton Architects on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Alcorn & Benton Architects is:
7757 Girard Ave
La Jolla, CA 92037
(858) 459-0805

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Alcorn & Benton Architects has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Alcorn & Benton Architects has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in La Jolla, California is 37 and in the Architects & Builders Service category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore.

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PROJECT FRIDAY :: The Red Roost and Red Rest cottages around the corner from us, on Coast Blvd in La Jolla, may see a clear road to restoration next year. Designated historic buildings, the cottages have been neglected since 1968. h/t La Jolla Light Newspaper
A long-awaited legal decision on the dilapidated historic La Jolla Cove cottages could be La Jolla’s sweetest Valentine’s Day gift ever. A jury trial is called for Feb. 23 in Superior Court, Central Division.

PROJECT FRIDAY :: An architect and interior designer spent 1 year living in a glass house, to determine the approach to renovation. Surrounded by glass on three sides, the home creates a seamless space between indoors and outdoors, with a dark stucco exterior anchoring the fourth side of the home. h/t Contemporist
This 1967 villa in The Netherlands was updated to include walls of glass and interior spaces that open up to the garden that surrounds the modern house.

PROJECT FRIDAY :: Baton Rouge, Louisiana aims to become the hub of coastal restoration. The city is combatting coastal erosion due to climate change and storm damage, that takes a football field of marshland every hour. Shotgun houses designed to withstand hurricanes are also in the works. via 225 Magazine
You’ve probably heard the numbers: Louisiana’s coast loses about one football field of land an hour. Coastal erosion and climate change continue to be some of the biggest problems facing the state. Still, Louisiana has beefed up its investment in finding a solution since Hurricane Katrina, and much…

PROJECT FRIDAY :: Tesla is working with San Marcos to bring solar to another district in San Diego. The company was previously contracted to build battery storage systems for Escondido high schools. h/t The San Diego Union-Tribune
Tesla Motors, Inc., known for building high-end electric cars, will be powering San Marcos schools in the coming years as well, through a solar agreement with the school district.

PROJECT FRIDAY :: Munchkin Land is the stuff of lore for La Jolla locals, including more than a couple of team members here at Alcorn & Benton Architects. The La Jolla Light Newspaper took a moment to debunk the myth, reviewing the history of four stunning Mt. Soledad homes designed by local architect Cliff May.
Tourists and students keep ascending Mt. Soledad, year after year, looking for a small house with a large legend. Pay no attention to the story behind this curtain!