Assembledge+ is an internationally recognized and award-winning firm based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1997, Assembledge+ is a full-service architecture and planning firm with a varied portfolio of projects from residential, commercial, retail and hospitality, to planning consulting for urban development and university campuses. Dedicated to consistently creating beautiful, sustainable and user-responsive buildings, Assembledge+ brings high levels of design sensitivity, technical expertise, and hands-on principal involvement to every project, large or small, in a highly collaborative manner. The firm is led by father-son duo David Thompson, Design Principal & Founder, and Richard Thompson, FAIA, Principal of Urban Design. Together, David and his father intend to build upon the firm’s commitment to collaboration and broaden the firm’s capability to address larger scale projects in the urban and campus environment. With a staff of 20 professionals—architects, planners, interior designers, and administrative personnel—the firm brings together individuality and diverse backgrounds to collaborate on the most imaginative, innovative architectural and urban planning solutions.

Steeped in the history and continuing innovation of modern design, Assembledge+ shares a deep passion for contemporary world architecture and its particular execution in the temperate Southern California climate. The firm strives to provide a unique architectural response to each project and its context to the site, surrounding landscape, and community. Building seamless connections between indoor and outdoor spaces while extending daily living into nature allows Assembledge+ to design responsibly and sustainably.

We approach each project as a blank slate. Thorough analysis of the site, program, and the client’s needs, as well as the builder’s—in combination with our previous design excellence and intuition—leads the design process. All projects regardless of type and scale are guided from conception to completion with passion, innovation, and commitment. Each design decision integrates aesthetic and contextual imperatives with those of environment, materials, community, sustainability, program, budget, technology, and construction techniques. As our name suggests, we constantly strive to assemble all the project components into a holistic direction that ultimately creates architecture that exemplifies a harmony between nature and the built environment. At Assembledge+, we are steadfastly committed to transforming ideas into reality.

2014Modern Villa: Hi-Design Publishing, Stoneride Residence & Sunset Plaza Residence, pp. 26-33 & pp. 68-75

2013Metrolpolitan Home: Malaysia Edition, May-June 2013, “Defying Conformity,” Ridgewood Residence, pp. 64-69

2013 Metrolpolitan Home: Malaysia Edition, May-June 2013, “In Plain Sight,” Sunset Plaza Residence, pp. 70-77

2012 Golden Nugget Award, Aether Apparel, Merit Award, Rehab Commercial/Industrial Project

2012 Remodeling Design Awards, Aether Apparel, Merit Award, Commercial Remodeling

2011 City of Beverly Hills Award for Architectural Design, South Beverly Grill

2011 Dream Home Awards, Stoneridge Residence, Silver Award, Best Whole House Remodel

2011 Golden Nugget Award, Stoneridge Residence, Merit Award, Best Renovated or Restored Single House or Project

2011 Los Angeles Business Council Architectural Award of Excellence, South Beverly Grill, Restaurant Category

2011 New Natural Home: Thames and Hudson, Ridgewood Residence

2011 150 Best Kitchen Ideas: Collins Design and Loft Publications, Casiano Residence

2011 LUXE Magazine: Los Angeles Edition, Winter 2011, Stoneridge Residence, pp. 166-179

2011 Los Angeles Times: Business Section, Home of the Week, Stoneridge Residence

2010 Golden Nugget Award, Sunset Plaza Residence, Merit Award, Category 07; Best Custom Home 5,000 to 7,500 Sq. Ft.

2010 AIA Restaurant Design Award: Best Restaurant, South Beverly Grill

2009 Builder’s Choice Award: Grand Award, Sunset Plaza Residence

2009 Los Angeles Times: Home Section, Top 10 Most Popular Web Galleries on Los Angeles Times Best of 2009, Sunset Plaza Residence: Homes of the Times

2009 Los Angeles Times: Home Section, Sunset Plaza Residence

2009 Home of the Avenues, Stoneridge Residence

2009 Avenues: Art & Design West Hollywood, Fall/Winter 2009 No.1 Vol. 1: “Hollywood Hills Goes Danish; Every Room Makes its Own Statement in this California Home”, pp28-33

2009 Building Refurbishment: Monsa Publications, Stardust East, pp.184-193.

2009 Bioclimatic Architecture: Monsa Publications, Ridgewood Residence, pp.184-193.

2009 American Lifestyle Magazine, june/july (Ridgewood Residence)

2008 Architecture Materials: Wood/Bois/Holz (Taschen Basic Genre Series), Ridgewood Residence, 2008

2008 1000x Architecture of the Americas, Ridgewood Residence & Barsky Residence, Publisher: Verlagshaus Braun

2008 Slowhome.com: Interview w/ Kevin Southerland and David Thompson

2008 Dexigner.com: “Assembledge+ Renders Stardust East Anew” (Stardust East)

2008 Sunset Magazine, august (Ridgewood Residence)

2008 Liner Competition: Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design; Honorable Mention

2008 Architectural Record: Kitchen and Bath Portfolio (Leslie Lane)

2008 Watermark Awards: Builder Magazine; Grand Award-Best Kitchen (Leslie Lane)

2007 The Architect’s Newspaper, December 12, Studio Visit, pp. 12-13

2007Slowhome.ca, July (Barsky Residence, Ridgewood Residence, Troyan Residence)

2007 LA Confidential, Late Spring, pp.180-185 (Ridgewood House)

2007 LA Architect, January/February, pp. 17 (Barsky Residence)

2007 Architectural Record, January, ArchRecord2, pp. 33-34

2006 Larchmont Chronicle, October, pp. 12-13 (Ridgewood House)

2006 Mens Book, Fall, pp. 104-105 (Ridgewood House)

2006 New York Times, June 29th, Home Section (Ridgewood Residence)

2006 Dwell, May, pp. 208 (Barsky Residence)

2005 LA Architect, (Massive Headquarters)

2001 LA Architect, (Pixel Liberation Front)

1998 Architecture California Journal