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Albert Group

Proposal for Congregation Levi Yithak

356 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA, USA

We were asked to demolish a series of midblock storefronts on the busy La Brea Avenue, in Los Angeles, and create a new Sanctuary, Beit Midrash and Yeshiva for an Orthodox congregation. 

We layered the street edge with a glazed frontage that provides views into a continuous ramped circulation that allows easy access to the vertically organized facility. Behind the ramps is a 4-level wood screen that filters light while protecting privacy into the ground floor sanctuary entrance second floor function hall and women's balcony above the sanctuary and the third floor Yeshiva. The ramps continue up to a rooftop social and recreation space.

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