Marmon Mok designed the Encino Park Postal Station on a 7-acre site. The design process for this building required design approval by the local developer and by United States Postal Service regional and national reviewers. The exterior façade design, as dictated by deed restrictions, integrated natural limestone with brick in a unified, modern form to complement the existing buildings in the area.
The project site was a heavily wooded sloped site located over the Edward’s Aquifer Recharge Zone. Truck maneuver and parking areas were designed to meet United States Postal Service specifications for a sloped site while carefully maintaining as much of the native vegetation as possible.
Heavily wooded sloped site