L2A is a woman-owned architecture firm located in  San Diego, CA.  Principals Corinne Lloyd Moody and Jennifer Landau Prior, have over 25 years of cumulative experience designing Commercial, Residential, and Educational spaces in the San Diego Area.

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Corinne Lloyd Moody

Corinne is  a licensed Architect and educator with experience in architectural design,  construction administration, and strategic sustainability analysis &  implementation.  For over 15 years, she has been involved in all phases of the design process. Project types range from remodel to new construction for both the private and public sectors.  Her specialty is Design-Build,  Retail, Civic, Educational, and Multi-Family Residential.

In addition to her work as an Architect, Corinne is actively involved in the design community.  She serves as a Subject Matter Expert for the California Architects Board helping to author California’s Architectural License Exam. In addition, she served on the Executive Board of San Diego’s Design Lecture Series, Interrobang, for several years.

Corinne has participated as a judge in several international design competitions sponsored by Architects for Humanity and was featured in Architectural Record as an Intern Development Advocate.

Specialties: Good design, environmental responsibility, & building strong and lasting client relationships.

Jennifer Landau Prior

Jennifer Landau has over 13 years of professional experience ranging from projects in both the private and public sectors – including master plans, hospitality, condominium, educational facilities, mid-rise mixed-use complexes, corporate offices, and single-family residences. With a blend of highly technical training in Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA, and a background in Set Design at the La Jolla Playhouse, Jennifer’s designs are influenced by texture and light, simple lines, and the cognitive effects of space on the soul.  “I love the marriage of new and old, of unexpected yet complementary textures. Everything you touch and see in a space can evoke an emotion. I like to understand how a space makes different people feel, and work from that emotion outward. I like to think a space will tell you what it wants to become, you just have to let it.”


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