ARCHITECTURE

ARCHITECTURE

Our clients in the architectural practice span from residential, to civic, hospitals and institutions, to cultural, commercial, office and educational.  We work with celebrated firms that shape the world we live in, helping them from a simple RFP to large marketing and PR campaigns to acquire the type of projects that suit their talents best and clients that value their work long after the projects are built.

DESIGN

DESIGN

The design practitioners that we work with are shaping the world of interiors, manufacture furniture or craft objects in the most functional and aesthetic ways.  We help them speak directly to their clients through strategic marketing tactics and PR initiatives.

ART

ART

While we consider all of our clients to be artists, the visual artists that we work with have stunning pieces that reflect their talents, the musicians have soothing and hybrid, unique styles and the novelists a voice of their own.  From mixed-media painters, to sculptors, illustrators, novelists and musicians we devise and execute plans to launch their art shows at respected galleries, help them promote their work and build, retain and grow a loyal audience.

URBANISM

URBANISM

From helping spread awareness of the City of Los Angeles civic initiatives to film festivals that address urbanism from all-angles, to connecting urban influencers that can help further a better city we provide ample press campaigns, editorial coverage and speakers bookings.  We deliver press, back-end analysis of results and sometimes even help in the building of a new park.

URBANISM

ENVIRONMENTAL

Committed to a sustainable, livable tomorrow Monmark’s principal has been the 2015 co-chair of the Committee on the Environment (COTE) of the American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles Chapter.

In 2016 she became the Committee’s Chair continuing a successful streak of programming for the design trade, local governance and general public.  Together with a team of three talented architects she grew the core leadership-base to five members that all act as essential parts of the Committee.  Some of our 2016 programming led us to learning about greywater reuse with GreyWater Corps, we mapped trees with TreePeople’s TreeMapLA in Koreatown, toured the Natural History Museum’s new gardens with Mia Lehrer & Associates’ office and the newly designed entrance and pavilions with CO Architects and have an upcoming Title-24 Residential seminar.

This year also we evaluated and launched a debuting online resource library (GreenShelf) for environmental study and research reading materials, and the inauguration of COTE Awards, debuting October 2016 at the AIA|LA’s yearly Design Awards, to celebrate green innovative design and living.

We continue to dedicate ourselves assiduously, on a volunteer-basis, to advancing sustainable living and design practices within the city of Los Angeles into the years to come.