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The 2024 Design Awards Event

We’re celebrating 15 award winning projects, as well as the Trustee’s Awards for Excellence and the President’s Awards at the historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles, followed by a special social event with food and drinks in the stunning ballroom of the Biltmore Hotel. Tickets to the Awards Ceremony and the post-awards reception are $225 for members and $250 and available here (discounted to $175 if you’re attending our Annual Conference – combo packages available on our conference page)

Amy’s Kitchen


Client / Owner
Paul Schiefer – Amy’s Kitchen

Project Lead/Principal Architect
Julia Campbell – Quezada Architecture

Lead Architect, Engineer, or Designer
Gary Lamb – Quezada Architecture

Interior Design Consultant
Bridget Dwyer – Clarke & Reilly

Interior Design Consultant
Dave Grocott – Clarke & Reilly

Contractor – Superindendent
Diane Siuda – Premier Structures Inc

Contractor – Owner
Elliott Grimshaw – Premier Structures Inc

Jonathan Plumpton – LUMA (Jonathan formerly with LUMA)

Consulting Engineer – Structural
Luke Wilson – ZFA

Consulting Engineer – Sustainability
Peter Rumsey – Point Energy

Robert Alvarado – SMW

Robin Sedor – Inside Source

Historic Architect
Hannah Simonson – Page & Turnbull

Jason O’Rear – Jason O’Rear

Owner/Client & Title – Owner
Tom Stubbs – TMG

Consulting Engineer – MEP
Meng-Hsiu Chen – MHC

Amy’s Kitchen

Amy’s Kitchen is one of fifteen winners honored with the 2024 Preservation Design Award. This project was a recipient in the Rehabilitation category. Award recipients are selected by a jury of top professionals in the fields of architecture, engineering, planning, and history, as well as renowned architecture critics and journalists. Tickets and sponsorship options are available at

About Amy’s Kitchen

Amy’s Kitchen is a fiercely independent family-owned business founded in Petaluma in 1987. They make a broad range of delicious and convenient meals, snacks, and soups made with organic and vegetarian ingredients. The project is an adaptive reuse of a historic building, updating an old department store and transforming it into a new HQ for Amy’s. The home concept was reinforced throughout with more public entertainment and collaborative space activating the ground floor and street level and more private workspace on the upper floors with visual connection throughout. The full seismic retrofit and mezzanine tie the existing fabric of the building together and provides additional floor area, and the addition of new windows brings natural light to all corners of the upper levels. The project serves as a sustainable model through adaptive reuse, energy-efficiency strategies, a commitment to source 100% renewable off-site energy, and low-impact materials.

About CPF and the Awards

The California Preservation Awards are a statewide hallmark, showcasing the best in historic preservation. The awards ceremony includes the presentation of the Preservation Design Awards and the President’s Awards, bringing together hundreds of people each year to share and celebrate excellence in preservation.

The California Preservation Foundation (CPF), a 501c3 nonprofit, was incorporated in 1978. We now support a national network of more than 36,000 members and supporters. Click here to learn how you can become a member.

Featured Image Courtesy Amy's Kitchen