Tasende Gallery

Tasende Gallery La Jolla, CA When the Tasende Gallery was in need of a remodel, a second floor residential unit was added to the existing building. Keeping with the lines of the original building, the Alcorn & Benton team created an elegant private space above the gallery. WORK [...]


Green Dragon Townhomes

Built on the site of the Green Dragon artist colony with sweeping views of the La Jolla Cove, these townhomes are housed within three residential structures. Each high-end two and three level unit is a detached single-family residence. The luxury residences range from 5,100 square feet for two bedrooms, to more than 7,000 square [...]


Belvedere Promenade

Belvedere Promenade La Jolla, CA This proposal would create a pleasurable shopping and outdoor dining pedestrian promenade on Prospect Street in the heart of La Jolla. The plan calls for relocating parking spaces and realigning the roadway for efficient and pedestrian-friendly vehicular travel. The proposed public Belvedere vista point overlooks Ellen Browning Scripps Park [...]


La Jolla Shores – Residential Master Plan Community

La Jolla Shores – Residential Master Plan Community La Jolla, CA Residential master plan community located in La Jolla Shores, currently in the schematic design phase.  Similar yet unique single family detached homes find themselves comfortably situated within the community on large lots with ocean views. More to come!


Burns Drugs – Mixed-use Renovation

Burns Drugs – Mixed-use Renovation La Jolla, CA An existing commercial building located on Girard Ave. in the La Jolla Village.  The existing 2 story commercial building will be undergoing extensive renovations to remodel the first floor commercial space and add two residential units on the second floor.  The interior renovations and exterior re-design [...]


Alcorn & Benton: The legacy of a San Diego family

Originally printed in the La Jolla Light, March 2019, updated January 2021 The story behind how three generations of Benton men dedicated their careers to engineering and architecture has its roots in farming. “My grandfather was a tenant farmer and rancher in San Diego and other areas of California,” Paul Benton recalled. “When my dad [...]

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