[au]workshop honored by Habitat for Humanity

The San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity (SGVHH) recently recognized the design contributions of [au]workshop at its gala celebration in the iconic courtyard of Pasadena California's City Hall.  Randy Shortridge began providing pro-bono design concepts in 2006 for SGVHH when they were vying for the opportunity to redevelop the Desiderio Army Reserve Center in the Arroyo Seco, just south of Pasadena's historic Colorado Boulevard bridge.  The winning plan created a 3.8 acre park and a nine home bungalow court on 1.3 acres.  Project architect Brian Betsill was also honored for his myriad contributions.   

Bob Law of SGVHH recognizes Randy and Brian.