• coyconstructionla.co
    Licensed general contractor. 40-years experience in all phases of construction. Specializing in sound-proofing, and sound reduction. Specializing in building recording studios. We have completed many high end projects. Excellent work product, and excellent references. Services Provided Baseboard Installation, Bathroom Remodeling, Countertop Installation, Crown Molding Installation, Custom Cabinets, Custom Home Bars, Custom Homes, Deck Building, Deck Repair, Demolition, Door Installation, Door Repair, Drywall Installation, Drywall Texturing, Electric Fireplace Installation, Electric Fireplace Repair, Energy-Efficient Homes, Exterior Door Installation, Fence Installation, Fireplace Installation, Flooring Installation, Foundation Construction, Foundation Repair, Garage Building, Green Building, Gutter Installation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Insulation Installation, Kitchen Remodeling, Lighting Installation, New Home Construction, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Shower Installation, Siding Repair, Skylight Installation, Sliding Door Installation, Soffit Installation, Soffit Repair, Spray Foam Insulation, Stair Installation Areas Served Alondra Park, Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Brentwood Los Angeles, Calabasas, Culver City, Del Aire, Encino, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hidden Hills, Hollywood, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles, Manhattan Beach, Marina Del Rey, North Hollywood, Pacific Palisades, Playa Del Rey, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Tarzana, Topanga, Universal City, Venice, View Park-Windsor Hills, West Hollywood, Woodland Hills Please visit my web site. https://www.coyconstructionla.com/
  • Charlie & Co Design
    We are a Minneapolis-based, residential design studio focused on creating thoughtful and unique architecture. We design homes devoted to a modern lifestyle while being mindful of history and tradition.
  • Masaya & Co
    At Masaya & Co we're dedicated to design and sustainability. We integrate contemporary designs with traditional artisan production methods. We hand craft our furniture from dense tropical hardwoods that we grow and manage ourselves. Since 2007 we have planted over 850,000 hardwood trees in Nicaragua, and that number grows annually. We plant trees on deforested land, reforesting land previously destroyed by cattle farming. Our farms and processing facility employ over 200 local workers. Our integrated model is an alternative to the current global production systems where raw materials, labor and design are fragmented across the globe to lower costs. This integrated, renewable model includes the germination and planting of seedlings each rainy season and the year round production of quality hardwood furniture, hand crafted by local artisans and skilled workers.
  • Shaun Ford & Co.
    Shaun Ford & Co. is a source of inspiration, expertise and collaboration, with a simple purpose to create experiences of beauty.
  • Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
    Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. is a retailer of heritage-inspired design.
  • Agathom Co.
    n the last 12 months, the architectural firm of AGATHOM Co. has been featured in print media like Dwell, The Globe & Mail, Cottage Life and most recently a cover story in Azure. Little bits of the AGATHOM Co. story have been covered on countless blogs that seem to proliferate like dandelions. These outlets all ask us the same question: “Do you have a website?” “Soon,” we say. Strangers now call or e-mail from distant shores to say, “Get back to us when you have a site.” “We will,” we tell them. And we wonder as we look up (only briefly) from our computers and drafting tables if we missed the opportunity to work with an enlightened client on a challenging project. We are busy here in our architectural workshop, but we wouldn’t want that to happen. No. Although a “real” website that represents the many facets of Katja Aga Sachse Thom and Adam Thom is in the works, we thought we’d better post something right now. So here you have it, a cross section of our work. Some projects are finished, some are halfway built and others live on the backs of napkins. We really hope you’ll come back soon to get a better sense of who we are, how we like to work — and to see a few more of our dandelions.