Building Better Lives

An inviting exterior maximizes natural daylighting to the interior while providing shelter from the bright Californian sunshine.

A progressive credit union with a mission squarely focused on helping their members build better lives, Wescom is closely aligned with Little’s own vision to provide breakthrough ideas that create a better future for people. We recently collaborated to design a unified service experience that improves their visibility, grows membership and provides a differentiated experience for Wescom’s local members.


Community meets Culture & Cuisine in California

A flexible event space offering a community program for cookery classes & calligraphy lessons. Photo Credit: Henry Cabala

The story of a Japanese grocery brand offering a far more localized experience, one that provides customers with a sense of ownership and belonging in it’s new Californian neighborhood.


January 29th, 2019 | Comments Off on Community meets Culture & Cuisine in California | Beyond Architecture, Retail Therapy, Uncategorized
If I had $1,000,000…Or Not

Even if you don’t have a big budget, there are still ways to make your project look like a million bucks. We have been working on many projects for non-profit organizations and some TI work where the build out budget leaves little room for expensive embellishment, or perhaps because of the “times”, clients are hesitant to spend money on their interior finishes or just want to save money. READ MORE

February 8th, 2013 | Comments Off on If I had $1,000,000…Or Not | Work It
“What do you do?”

Ok. I’ll be the first to admit it: I use my kids for my own amusement.

One night at dinner I whispered to my 5 year old, “Ask dad where his train is.” See, my husband is a mechanical engineer who works for a German bearing company. My husband doesn’t think the joke is funny and tells our daughter, “Mommy builds buildings.” So both of us are way off, but we chuckle. READ MORE

August 24th, 2012 | Comments Off on “What do you do?” | Beyond Architecture