749 Cloverdale Residences, built in 2012 by famed architect Lorcan O’Herlihy, can be summed up in two words: Never settle.
An experience of light, flow and true craftsmanship throughout interesting architectural spaces defines Cloverdale. Comfortably refined. Impeccably designed. Contemporary luxury with European style, paired with a warmth you simply don’t find in modern condominium residences today. The Cloverdale lifestyle is about getting out and enjoying the daily diversions of the neighborhood, but at the same time, enjoying the quiet refuge of home.
749 Cloverdale is one of the few places in Los Angeles where you will find yourself awash in restaurant, shopping, and entertainment choices within walking distance. A stroll in any direction is an opportunity for a great time. Perfectly Situated in The Hancock Park - Miracle Mile districts, 749 Cloverdale is a new standard in condominium living.
About the Founder/Principal Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects (LOHA) Since LOHA’s inception in 1990, founder and principal Lorcan O’Herlihy has sought opportunities to engage the operative layers of the urban landscape with respect to spatial, sensory and experiential information.
In 2004, the Architectural League of New York selected Lorcan O’Herlihy as one of the eight “emerging voices” in the United States. And in 2008, he became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architecture, LOHA’s commitment to design excellence in commercial, educational and residential projects has garnered 42 national and international awards, including nineteen AIA Design Awards.
Lorcan’s professional practice has been coupled with intellectual rigor since the inception of his office. Over the last decade, he has taught and lectured extensively at colleges, organizations and institutions, including the Architectural Association in London, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), University of Southern California (USC), Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan, Columbia University, New York and the National Building Museum, Washington D.C.
Previously, Lorcan worked at Kevin Roche/John Dinkeloo & Assoc. on the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I.M. Pei and Partners on the celebrated Grande Louvre Museum in Paris, and as an Associate at Steven Holl Architects where he was responsible for several projects, including the award-winning Hybrid Building in Seaside, Florida, which received a National Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects.