Practicing at the confluence of art, architecture, and building technology, we collaborate with clients to create buildings and environments in dialogue with culture and place.
Just as early planning made for a smooth transition to working remotely at JENSEN, we are evaluating strategies for a responsible return to the office. We’re staying abreast of evolving public health recommendations and imagining new possibilities afforded by our enhanced mobility. More than ever, we are mindful of the importance of collaboration and cooperation. Preparing together, we will chart the course forward.
Curbed San Francisco has named Minnesota Street Project among “The Bay Area’s 10 most important buildings of the past decade.” The list, recognizing provocative structures that have redefined our region, applauds MSP for its adaptive reuse accomplishments and as a model of cultural preservation.
It’s been an amazing time at JENSEN Architects. As the breadth of our practice continues to grow, so has our remarkable team. Please join us in recognizing our new class of Senior Architects and Designers: Lauren Takeda, Yusheen Yang, Margarita Urquiza, Melissa DeLacy, Nicole Germano, and Jennifer Redel.
Eater SF’s piece, “Inside SF’s Hottest New Wine Bar, Where High-Gloss and Hi-Fi Rule,” features Michael and Lindsay Tusk’s newest endeavor, Verjus. Highlighting their vision to create a space reminiscent of Parisian wine bars and the pintxos bars of San Sebastian, the article examines how Verjus’ design serves to reinforce the restaurant’s informal, high-energy atmosphere.
How can buildings catalyze community resiliency? This fall, Mark Jensen and Steven Huegli have invited graduate students at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design to tackle this urgent question. A testing ground for integrated solutions addressing real-world environmental, social, and economic challenges, the studio continues JENSEN’s commitment to teaching, mentorship, and shaping the future of architectural practice.