Discover ATELIER's Design
September 25, 2016
Atelier offers a fresh approach to modern design through its attention to detail and myriad of resort-style amenities. From a centralized downtown Los Angeles location to its inventive architecture, everything has been designated a purpose from the very beginning. The design concept for this soaring, chic glass structure exudes an awareness of all that has and will go into it.
Atelier is the second Southpark project by developer, Carmel partners after neighbor, Eighth & Grand. The location selection did not go without serious consideration. Consideration for convenience, culture and community, which would all later lead into the purpose of its overall design.
Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, Atelier’s 33 stories, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and 360-degree unencumbered views of the city is unlike any other residences on the market. The contemporary floor plans for its studios, one-, two-, three-bedroom and penthouse residences are ones to be desired. Between Atelier’s high-end modern finishes and upgraded lighting, the ambiance is enough to make you want to call 801 S. Olive Street home.
Drawing inspiration from a variety of artistic muses, Atelier resonated exceptionally well with photographer, Lois Greenfield. Focusing primarily on contemporary dancers in flight, Greenfield captures motion and makes it still. Much like bustling downtown Los Angeles, Atelier offers a way to admire the movement at its epicenter, while still providing a sense of stillness and tranquility up and away from it all. Atelier’s branding and design is all artistically influenced by Greenfield, among other contemporary stimuli.