London Washington

Administrative Assistant, Los Angeles
There's so much technical and theoretical knowledge that goes into the design process. I love being given a chance to pull from different areas of understanding.


London Washington comes to Abramson Architects with a deep well of knowledge and experience from the worlds of art, production and property law. Her various experiences have given her a well-rounded skill set that aids her in the varying tasks around the office.

Having only formally stepped into the world of architecture and design recently, London professes that her current design philosophy is a work in progress. London has a unique perspective on architecture and interior design, having started her education in urban studies. Having been inspired by works including Jane Jacobs' 'The Death and Life of Great American Cities' and Denise Scott Brown's 'Learning From Las Vegas', London's interest moved from the larger context of the city to the buildings and spaces within those buildings.

London is currently pursuing a deeper and more technical understanding of architecture through higher education while gaining practical experience aiding in our administrative needs.



Associate of Arts - Santa Monica College



London's enthusiasm for reading is limited only by the space she has to store her books. Books of varying genre can be found in every nook and cranny of her space, and London hopes a book of her own may adorn her shelves, as one of her personal goals is to produce a translation of Charles Baudelaire 'Les Fleurs du Mal'.