HGA Architects and Engineers Add Renowned Design Leader to L.A. Practice

Los Angeles – November 24, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — HGA Architects and Engineers (HGA), an integrated architecture, engineering and planning firm, announced today that renowned design leader, John Frane, has joined the firm as an associate vice president and principal in the Los Angeles office. As a design principal, Frane will continue his pursuit of high design work, combining his arts and culture-based experience with HGA’s extensive national resume of work in this arena. <!–more–

Frane, who has been a practicing architect for over 20 years, is well known for applying his design perspective to a variety of mediums ranging from large public venues to small scale art projects for such prestigious institutions as the J. Paul Getty Center, the Copper Hewitt Design Museum, Pomona Museum of Art, MOCA Los Angeles and the Central California Museum of History.

Currently an adjunct associate professor at the University of Southern California, he will continue to teach core and topic design studios and lecture courses. He has previously taught at Tulane University School of Architecture and UC Berkeley School of Architecture in distinguished visiting faculty positions.

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