Ball-Nogues Studio was founded in 2004 by Benjamin Ball, Assoc. AIA, and Gaston Nogues, both graduates of the Southern California Institute of Architecture. Known for creating installations for the likes of MoMA PS1 and the Venice Biennale, the practice moved in December from Los Angeles’ Old Bank District to nearby Boyle Heights. Architectural photographer Timothy Hursley stopped by several weeks later—see his images in the slideshow at left.