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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)

Bailey House (Case Study House #21)

Project Lead, Designer, and Owner Representative
Mark Haddawy – Mark Haddawy Inc.

Structural Engineer
John Labib – Labib Funk + Associates

Historic Preservation Consultant
Alvin-Christian Nuval – Chattel, Inc.

Historic Preservation Consultant
Robert Chattel – Chattel, Inc.

Historical Hardware Consultant
Skip Willett – Architectural Detail

Construction Manager
Ward Taylor – BTC Builders, Inc.

Executive Architect
Corsini Stark Architects

Brian Tarr – BTC Builders, Inc.

Structural Concrete Consultant
Donald Scheffler – Donald J. Scheffler Construction

Bailey House (Case Study House #21)

Bailey House (Case Study House #21) is one of fifteen winners honored with the 2024 Preservation Design Award. This project was a recipient in the Preservation or Restoration 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 Bailey House (Case Study House #21)

While the experimental nature of the Bailey House design and its steel-frame construction was revolutionary when it was built, wear and ground settlement over time led to damage in the foundation that risked impairment to the building itself. As part of the structural retrofit, existing foundation slab was demolished, which required removal of the existing interior walls, fixtures, and windows. Original steel framing, roof, and walls at the east and west elevations were retained in place and were repaired or replaced in-kind, as necessary. Steel fixed and sliding sash were restored with new glazing on the north and south elevations. New helical anchors were installed to stabilize the foundation at existing and new grade beams with new poured-in-placed concrete slab. The interior walls and fixtures were then carefully reconstructed based on historic documentation to maintain the original design of the house while also improving living conditions for contemporary use.

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.