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.

Making the Modern Grange

Preservation Magazine’s Fall 2018 feature, Out of the Ordinary, takes a revealing look at the history behind the David Ireland House and the processes that went into restoring this iconic building.

The Alamo Square Residence has been honored with a 2018 Design Merit Award from the AIA California Council. This project was awarded alongside 22 other structures across California, with the jury citing a high caliber of projects with “good bones,” “resolute in power,” and with the “ability to both understand and inspire.”  Thank you and congratulations to our collaborators Drömhus General Contractors and Skeeter Jones of Clearheart.

Two of Jensen Architects’ projects were included in this special issue of A+U Magazine, guest edited by SOM’s Craig Hartman, FAIA. The contents explore the City’s architectural and urban visual character along with essays exploring key issues and critical themes specific to San Francisco’s past, present and future.

 

Not Your Father’s Altered State

Architectural Record highlights award-winning offices of every scale in their June issue. Jensen Architects was one of six firms interviewed for “The Future of Practice: Small Firms” article emphasizing local work, relationships with community organizations, and deeply involved leadership as sustaining forces. 

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Just-in-Time Visitors Center

In this feature within Architectural Record, lighting is the focus. Lydia Lee visits Float Station and highlights the strategic integration of both day-lighting and architectural lighting to enhance the float experience.

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