With a signature splash of color, Lehrer Architects completes permanent supportive housing complex for vets in South L.A.

Lehrer Architects, an award-winning Los Angeles practice that’s garnered considerable attention of late for its Monopoly-esque tiny house villages that have sprung up in multiples across the San Fernando Valley, has completed a new project with a similarly playful approach that brings bold colors, geometric patterns, and a sense of community to an overlooked and awkwardly shaped infill site that would otherwise sit unused.

While the transitional housing villages for homeless Angelenos mentioned above are largely (but not exclusively) located in North Hollywood, the firm’s latest candy-colored housing project, the Willowbrook Apartments, can be found in the South L.A. community of the same name.

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