The architect Anders Lasater discusses his work, including the Laguna Art Museum remodeling project.
In 2005, after nearly 10 years as the managing associate for Mark Singer Architects in Laguna Beach, Anders Lasater opened the doors to his own firm and has continued to focus on innovative designs for residential, restaurant, retail, and hotel projects.
Prior to launching his practice he served on the faculty of Cal Poly Pomona. He continues to be a guest lecturer and juror for architecture and design classes at Cal Poly Pomona, USC, Cal State Long Beach, California Baptist University, Orange Coast College, and Saddleback College.
Lasater hold a Master of Architecture degree from UCLA and a Bachelor of Architecture degree, cum laude, from Cal Poly Pomona. He is a licensed architect in the states of California, Texas, and Hawaii, and a Certified Green Building Professional.
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