Architectural Spotlight | ShubinDonaldson

July 7, 2022

It comes as no surprise that ShubinDonaldson is one of the most celebrated architectural firms in California, renowned for their effortlessly sleek houses and sophisticated commercial interiors. Drawing on complex vernaculars across Southern California’s diverse culture and traditions, their offices stretch from Orange County and Culver City to Santa Barbara, breathing life and undeniable soul into each and every project.

THE EDGE OF INNOVATION

Dedicated to cultivating a disciplined creative work environment that rewards rigor, creativity, and integrity, ShubinDonaldson was founded in 1991 by Robin Donaldson, AIA, and Russel Shubin, AIA, with a vision for innovative contemporary design solutions. Meeting the high standards of well-informed clients, their resonating style stems from a balance of authentic material expression and a strategic response to constraints. Their work has challenged a variety of ambitious projects with confidence and ease, perfecting thoughtfully conceived homes with no detail overlooked.

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Featured Project:

Montecito Tour-De-Feat for Lynda Weinman & Bruce Heavin

Currently, Robin Donaldson is focused on an exclusive project which could be the most noteworthy commission of his career – designing a home for Lynda.com founders, Lynda Weinman and Bruce Heavin. The hilltop residence is expected to be fully integrated into its surrounding environment, embedded into the natural landscape to remain completely hidden from a birds-eye view. Composed entirely of concrete, the rumored residence is an utterly innovative structure that only 21st-century technology can create. 

Ahead of the Curve

Shubin Donaldson is an example of excellence in our industry who aligns with the styles, elegance, and grandeur of homes we love to represent.

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