Why not? LGA is, after all, located in the historic Holsum Design Center, a former bread factory now restored and repurposed as creative studios and suites on the west edge of the Arts District. When we relocated here in 2012, we saw it as a wonderful opportunity to tap into new energy and reinvent ourselves once again. What better way to honor this building’s rich heritage than to bake fresh bread?
Beyond that, bread has long been viewed as a basic nutritional mainstay, the “staff of life” in the biblical sense. Baking is a transformative process, using simple ingredients to craft a product that feeds the body, engages the senses and nourishes the soul. We like to think that’s what we do here at LGA; collaborate with clients to create meaningful places that change everyone for the better.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to tap into some new energy and reinvent ourselves once again,” said Craig Galati. “We’ve even bought a bread machine. Our clients are welcome to stop by any time for a warm slice. What better way to honor this building’s heritage than to bake fresh bread? It’s good karma all-around.”
Whether it’s a combination of energy, karma and good old-fashioned hard work, the move has paid off with a positive influx of new and exciting collaborations with like-minded clients that have resulted in meaningful outcomes. And we know it’s just the beginning because baking our own bread, literally and metaphorically, is what we do.
We hope you will join us on our purposeful journey of discovery. And take a loaf or two along for the ride.