Interstices Architecture has exhibited extensive leadership in the design and development of numerous historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and loft conversion projects in Southern California.


The Kress Lofts was one of the first condominium loft conversion of a historic building in California. Other major notable projects in Long Beach include the Walker Building, Insurance Exchange Building, Courtyard Lofts, Newberry Lofts, Ocean Center, Gold’s Gym, the original Masonic Temple, International Tower Renovations, Galaxy Tower Lobby and Canopy, the St. Regis Entry Renovations, and Coronado Avenue Public Works and Building Improvements in the Zaferia District.

Interstices’ historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects have received several design awards, including a National American Institute of Architects Housing Award, Honor Award from the Long Beach / South Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Long Beach Heritage Preservation Awards, Cultural Heritage Commission of Long Beach Award, Gold Nugget Award, and the Compass Blueprint Achievement Award in Sustainability.