Our Campus

Architects and designers appreciate our facilities as recently refurbished icons of Modernism in Beverly Hills, and the first religious building designed by prolific architect Sidney Eisenshtat. At the direction of famed Architect Mark Rios, the remodeling project in 2010 was meant to evoke feelings of inclusion and unity within the circular rooms and open-to-the-sky, tent-like structures. Completed in 1953, our Corwin Family Sanctuary reflects Eisenshtat’s belief that synagogues should be horizontal rather than vertical because God dwells among the people with no intermediary.

Original art, including metal sculptures by artist Marilyn Simon, enameled copper door panels by Jean and Arthur Ames, stained-glass windows by Perli Pelzig, and three bronze sculptures by Bernard Rosenthal, grace our sacred spaces.