Mogavero Architects

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by Renner Johnston

Ride the Parkway

A big thank you goes out to all riders, sponsors and volunteers for raising over $40,000 to benefit the American River Parkway Foundation! Mogavero Architects Principals Craig and Renner rode…

West Gateway Place Featured in “A Place To Call Home ” Video

Jamboree Housing’s West Gateway Place was one of the first affordable housing projects in California to receive Cap and Trade (AHSC) funding help build new residences for 77 families in…

AIA EXPO in Denver: Cool New Products, including a Holodeck

There were about 16,000 conferees and 1,000 vendors at the American Institute of Architects 2013 National Convention and Expo in Denver the week before last. A "petting zoo" showcase of…

Neon Museum – Las Vegas

Renner and family visited the boneyard of classic neon signs from The Strip at the "Neon Museum" of Las Vegas...

Transit Oriented Development of the Year!

We are pleased that Regional Transit awarded our client, Mercy Housing, with TOD award of the year for 7th and H...

ASCE: Architectural Project of the Year – 7th and H!

Last night our firm was honored, along with our client Mercy Housing California and structural engineer Miyamoto International, to accept ASCE's award for the region for the just completed 7th

Sacramento Railyards: A Peek Inside

For many years, I have been looking across a large expanse of a fenced-off “no-man’s land” at the old brick locomotive works buildings in the middle of Sacramento’s abandoned Railyards. …

Chalk It Up!

The Sacramento Chalk It Up festival was in full form this Labor Day weekend....

Confluence

I finally had the chance to see the new public art installation “Confluence” by architect, Greg Taylor....

New Urbanist Development

One of my favorite suburban master-planned projects is I’on in South Carolina, in the “Lowlands” near Charleston. It’s an excellent  example of a New Urbanist project.   While it is unfortunately…