Barbara Flammang, AIA has been a partner at KFA Architecture for over 40 years, and is proud to have contributed to the fabric of this great city. KFA reshapes LA by designing great places where people flourish. She and the firm provide design and master planning services for projects throughout the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area using a collaborative approach for each project. In the late 1990’s, Flammang and KFA helped to spark the resurgence of the historic core in downtown Los Angeles. KFA designed the first three buildings under LA’s Adaptive Reuse Ordinance in the Old Bank District, and has since rehabilitated over 40 historic buildings throughout the City. Flammang is currently overseeing the development of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Anita May Rosenstein Campus, which is scheduled to open in April. Flammang is a member of the Association for Women in Architecture + Design and a past board member of the Los Angeles Conservancy and the Santa Monica Westside YWCA.
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