Abramson Teiger Architects is evolving. ATA is now Abramson Architects. The practice remains personal and purposeful throughout our continued growth, bringing a rare human touch to an increasingly corporate landscape.


The firm started in 1999 as “Abramson Teiger Architects”, a boutique operation specializing in custom single-family residential. Today, Abramson Architects will continue specializing in projects ranging from collaborative creative offices, engaging retail space, flexible learning environments, inspiring places of worship, patient-centered healthcare facilities, stunning single-family homes, and welcoming multi-family residential properties.


Over the past 20 years, we’ve accomplished great things while preserving constant design themes that reflect our Southern California roots. As Abramson Teiger Architects, the firm won over sixty design awards including an AIA National Award for the First Presbyterian Church of Encino and the Chicago Athenaeum American Architectural Award for the Wyoming Residence. Abramson Teiger Architects has also been published extensively in international, national and local journals such as Architectural Record, Architectural Review, Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Form Magazine, Luxe Magazine, Mountain Living Magazine and Los Angeles Architect.


Abramson Architects is based on the same fundamental principles as Abramson Teiger Architects. We encourage an open dialogue to nurture and develop ideas. Each of our team members is a true artisan, fostering the type of creative and supportive environment that allows design freedom to flourish. We listen, conceptualize, and execute with sensitivity and attention to each client’s completely unique ideas and concerns. And ultimately, we want the product and the process of every endeavor to be an enriching experience for all.



We strive to create a world where architecture will elevate and inspire the human soul. We believe in leveraging old schools of thought with the boldness of new. We enjoy an architectural challenge – problem solving makes us better designers and allows us to strike a balance between pragmatism and spontaneity. We haven’t fallen into a niche and we don’t want to, because we are able to bring bold ideas to traditional development models that haven’t become routine for us.