Satoshi Teshima, AIA, LEED AP, has won the national AIA Young Architects Award for his design leadership.
Teshima is a Design Principal in HGA’s Los Angeles office, where he focuses on educational, healthcare, science & technology, and art-related projects. He balances a strong design aesthetic with sustainable strategies and technical innovation to create functional, expressive architecture.
Among his noteworthy projects are the Center for Science and Innovation, under construction at California State University-Dominquez Hills; the Language Arts & Humanities Building at East Los Angeles College; and the Science Complex at Los Angeles Harbor College.
Teshima also speaks regularly at design industry conferences, including an upcoming Keynote address at the international Professional Lighting Design Convention in Singapore, October 27, 2018.
The Young Architects Award acknowledges professionals who have been licensed 10 years or fewer and demonstrate exceptional leadership early in their careers.
For more information on Teshima’s professional contributions, visit the 2018 Young Architects Award.