Mission College Culinary Arts Institute awarded LEED Gold® certification by QDG

The Culinary Arts Institute and Campus Bookstore at Los Angeles Mission College has achieved LEED® certification to the Gold level, which makes it one of the most sustainable culinary arts facilities in the country.  This distinction is a capstone achievement for project that has already garnered awards for design excellence by the American Institute of Architects and for community impact by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

To view LEED Scorecard, click here.

The LEED® Certification is a trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and is used with permission.

Our office has moved! by QDG

Although saying farewell to the Arts District was bittersweet, we are excited to be in our new neighborhood just west of Downtown Los Angeles.  Our office is just steps away from the historic Bullocks Wilshire Building and 2 blocks from the Wilshire/Vermont Metro Station.  We are now located at:

3055 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1110, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Quatro Design Group is now QDG Architecture! by QDG

The firm was originally established June 1996 under the name of Quatro Design Group, by founding partners, Javier M. Molina, Ricardo Rodriguez and David S. Stokes as a California General Partnership. Kevin Tyrrell joined the firm in 2004 and became an associate partner in 2009.  As the firm grew, the partners strategically added and mentored new team members who share the vision of the architectural profession as an expression of community values. Through the years we have taken pride in maintaining a tight-knit team of highly talented staff. As part of a natural transition to broaden our legacy, QDG Incorporated, dba QDG Architecture, was formed in 2014 to solidify our standing as a company and lay the groundwork for continued success well into the future. In addition to the core individuals of the partnership, ownership was expanded to dedicated, long-term employees: Juan Ortiz and Viqui Aguilar.