In the first installment of our Infratech Visionaries series, we explore the designs of Aaron Neubert Architects – creators of unique and award-winning spaces including OZU Restaurant in Atwater Village and the Museum of Compassion in Louisville, Kentucky. Aaron Neubert, architect and principal of ANX, leads a distinguished team in developing residential, commercial and cultural projects around the world. Neubert’s work has received awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Academy of Design, Build Magazine and the Van Alen Prize in Public Architecture, to name just a few. He currently serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Southern California.
Founded in Los Angeles, CA in 2000, Tom Stout’s Stout Design Build is a start-to-finish landscaping and remodeling business. With a lifelong passion for the outdoors, Tom is dedicated to creating beautiful, sustainable projects. In 1996, he began designing and building landscapes, and has been building and renovating homes in Los Angeles since 2006. The Stout team specializes in the New SoCal Landscape, a fusion of form, function, and sustainability.
Stout and his team have used Infratech heaters in a variety of homes in the Los Angeles area. We recently spoke with them about why they choose our heaters for their stunning spaces, how the Southern California environment plays into their design decisions, and which fall/winter trends they think have staying power.
The name Nobu is synonymous with innovative cuisine, luxury living, and a sophisticated clientele with a pulse on what’s hip and happening. Now a worldwide phenomenon, legendary Japanese chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa launched his first Southern California dining establishment, Beverly Hills’ Matsuhisa in 1987. Today, a number of Nobu branded destinations call the area home, including Nobu Malibu, Nobu Newport Beach, and the Nobu Ryokan hotel.
Todd Stabelfeldt is a quadriplegic entrepreneur, digital tech guru, and community advocate. When he and his wife Karen couldn’t find a home in their price point that they could easily retrofit for increased accessibility and aging in place, they decided to design and build on their own. To meet their current and future needs, the pair implemented a wide range of smart home tech that Todd can operate using just his voice, making independence and accessibility at home a reality.
After they added a covered outdoor living space to the property, Todd and Karen discovered Infratech and our Universal Control Panel, a voice-activated system that allows users to control their outdoor heating through devices like Siri. We spoke with Karen about the devices and apps that they’ve found best meet their needs, why they’re now Infratech fans, and how smart home tech is opening doors for families where accessibility matters.
He’s the king of the grill, the man who’s never without ideas for fun in your own backyard. He loves nature, family time, and a good meal enjoyed under the stars. He’s the father who instilled in us a love of the great outdoors and the simple pleasures of outdoor living. With Father’s Day just around the corner, we’ve compiled a short list of gifts that will make dad smile.