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The Woodlawn Garden Conservatory Mausoleum

The Woodlawn Garden Conservatory Mausoleum is located in the Historic Woodlawn Cemetery which is one of the largest cemeteries in New York City.  The Woodlawn Cemetery was conceived as a rural park cemetery and first opened in 1863 in what was then southern Westchester County, in an area that was annexed to New York City […]

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The Crypt Mausoleum of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

This project was very unique in that it was built under the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, California. The basement level provided a large area with high ceiling where we were able to design a 1,700 crypt, five high mausoleum.  A creative indirect ceiling lighting design and backlit stained […]

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Chapel of the Chimes Mausoleum

This project consisted of a 3 story mausoleum addition to the existing Historic Chapel of the Chimes Mausoleum – Oakland, CA. designed by Julia Morgan (famous turn of the century California architect). This project was very challenging and required cutting into the hillside and shoring the excavation in order to add the expansion.  Future additions […]

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Queen of the World Mausoleum on Calvary Cemetery

After an extensive master plan study of its major cemeteries, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles determined that it needed a high-density mausoleum at Calvary Cemetery in East Los Angeles. Dwindling land resources dictated a maximum usage of land, but past experiences with large, high density mausoleums had left the Archdiocese less than enthusiastic about constructing […]

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Redeemer Mausoleum

Redeemer Mausoleum was a new start-up secondary/satellite cemetery for Glen Eden Lutheran Cemetery.  The project was master planned on a total of 20 acres with the first phase using approximately 7 acres.  The project as phased into three construction segments.  The project featured five initial burial gardens, outdoor feature plaza, cemetery offices (which could be […]

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San Fernando Mission Mausoleum

After an extensive master plan study of its major cemeteries, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles determined that it needed a medium-density mausoleum at San Fernando Cemetery in Mission Hills, California. The design provided a two-story California mission style building with a central courtyard which serves as a chapel. The site selected was adjacent to the […]

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Saint Gabriel Mausoleum at Glen Eden Lutheran Memorial Park

After a master plan study of its major cemetery, Glen Eden Lutheran Memorial Park needed a medium-density mausoleum addition to provide inventory that was exhausting quickly in their existing building. The Glen Eden Cemetery Board preferred a contemporary look in grey granite to integrate with the original building. Large spans of skylights provide natural lighting […]

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