Areas served by Southern California Pools, including but not limited to: Agoura Hills, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Burbank, Calabasas, Canyon Country, Chatsworth, Encino, Glendale, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Malibu, Moorpark, Newbury Park, North Hills, Northridge, Oakpark, Porter Ranch, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Sylmar, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Valencia, Valley Village, Van Nuys, Ventura County, West Hills, West Hollywood, Westlake Village, Woodland Hills
Daniel Guimera, President, and Daniel Hector Guimera, Manager, of Southern California Pools have set out to become Landscape Architects. The first milestone was reached at UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program, from where they will be receiving their certificates on June 19, 2015. The four-year program encompassed all the knowledge a Landscape Architect needs in order to apply design theory and stewardship of the natural and built environments. The next milestone will be to become licensed Landscape Architects with the State of California, which they are currently working towards. The final year of the program was dedicated to individual thesis projects that pertained to current issues Landscape Architects are facing.
Reclaiming the Public Realm by Daniel Guimera
Daniel Guimera focused on the problem of urban sprawl, which is the result of the auto-oriented development of our cities, that creates fragmented bedroom neighborhoods with a large number of
Big Idea Concept: Reimagine fragments cities and neighborhoods through a design blueprint for healthy communities to Reclaim the Public Realm, and improve mobility and connectivity. Urban Cores within these neighborhoods will comprise a more Livable, Walkable and Vibrant City.
Our Legacy: Reimagining the Cemetery by Daniel Hector Guimera
Daniel Hector Guimera focused on the problem we are facing in our existing cemeteries around the world; they are running out of space. The manner in which our loved ones are buried is not sustainable, and change is needed.
Big Idea Concept: Reimagine and retrofit urban and suburban cemeteries to ensure their sustainability for future generations, and implement new cemetery design into our neighborhoods. These spaces will provide the community a platform to tell their stories, memorialize their history and roots, and most importantly to celebrate life.