• Profile / Welcome Vanessa Teng, Sean Niu and Jennifer Redel

    Welcoming our newest teammates to Jensen Architects: Vanessa Teng, a practicing yogi, Sean Niu, an avid rock climber and Jennifer Redel, a regular volunteer at the War Memorial Opera House. 

  • Architectural Record

    Press / The Future of Practice

    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. 

  • A+U Magazine

    Press / San Francisco: Urban Transformations

    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.

     

  • Architectural Record

    Press / Float Station

    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.

  • Inspiration / Scale by Geoffrey West

    There is a lot to be inspired by in Geoffrey West’s super interesting (and dense!) book, Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies. West’s analysis of how cities operate as constellations of networks provides valuable food for thought for anyone involved in the production of our built environment. The way West finds underlying simplicity uniting complex systems resonates with us as architects, as we are always striving to distill complex information into cohesive and legible design concepts.

  • Process / Cabinet of Curiosities

    The design for this workshop responds to the client’s love of objects. His interest in tinkering necessitated ample storage. We embraced the celebration of objects within a confined space by conceptualizing the studio as a modern-day cabinet of curiosities. Objects are not secondary to but instead are part of the architectural medium itself. This section render conveys the proximity of storage walls, and represents the studio volume as yet another object in the collection.

  • https://jensen-architects.com

    News / Site of the Day on Mindsparkle Mag

    The Jensen website is Site of the Day again. This time on Mindsparkle Magazine. Thank you Boon Design for a well designed site.

  • Architectural Digest

    Press / Sweetgreen

    Architectural Digest reports on Sweetgreen’s engagement of the surrounding community with the help of artists and architects. “Our approach to design is really regional. When we go into any new city or neighborhood, the second thing we do after visiting farms is really try to understand the city and the people and build our store around that feeling and the people we connect with.” – Nicolas Jammet, Co-founder Sweetgreen

  • [photo credit: Jen Siska]

    Award / 2018 AIA Fellows Announced

    The 2018 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects has elevated Mark Jensen to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession and to society on a national level, and who exemplify architectural excellence. The AIA will honor Mark and the full class of 2018 fellows at an investiture ceremony held during the AIA Conference on Architecture in New York this coming June.

  • https://jensen-architects.com

    News / Jensen Architects Website

    Besides the boldly updated look, there is new work to explore and more in-depth stories about our projects. We also hope you will take a few minutes to get to know our office and our approach. Big thanks to the team at Boon Design for their vision, guidance and partnership. And to photographer Margo Moritz for giving us all reason to smile.

  • [photo credit: Henrik Kam]

    Award / National Trust Recognizes Historic Artists’ Homes

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios (HAHS) program is a coalition of sites working to conserve the legacy of creativity in the visual arts in America. This month, the National Trust added four new sites to the program including the recently preserved and opened home of late conceptual artist David Ireland. The 1886 Italianate-style house turned site-specific artwork located in San Francisco’s Mission District is widely considered the centerpiece of Ireland’s career.

  • Profile / Welcome Hyona Lim and Megan Freeman

    Announcing the arrival of our newest teammates: Hyona comes to us from LA, while Megan is returning to San Francisco after working in her hometown of Minneapolis.

  • Atlanta Marriot, Atlanta Westin, Embarcadero Center [image source: portmanusa.com]

    Inspiration / John Portman (1924-2017)

    With John Portman’s recent passing, his bold mark on the urban landscape has returned to focus. Always controversial and undeniably rooted in their time, the buildings remain awe-inspiring — monumental urban atriums that are both futuristic and gracious.

  • Process / Massing Studies

    This series of schematic sketches tests architectural vocabularies for a residential project. All versions express the parti — stacked horizontal banding — with varying emphases on solid and void, volume and plane.

  • Dwell

    Press / Alamo Square Residence

    “In the end, the Alamo Square Residence is seemingly a house of contradictions: new and old, traditional and contemporary, muted and bold, simple and innovative. Beneath the surface, however, the disparate elements are woven together with a cohesiveness that allows it to be, at its core, a warm and functional family home. The genre-defying design . . . manages to push boundaries in the most beautiful way possible.” – Sarah Akkoush for Dwell

  • Contract Magazine

    Award / CounterPulse Theater

    CounterPulse, one of the first projects realized through the support of the Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST), has won honorable mention in Contract magazine’s 2017 Inspirations Awards. The award, which recognizes social responsibility in commercial interiors, comes with a $1,000 grant for CounterPulse. Thank you both to Contract and Tarkett, the program’s sponsor.

  • San Francisco Magazine

    Press / Alamo Square Residence

    Alamo Square Residence is featured in the June issue of San Francisco Magazine (“A Victorian Rebellion”). Readers are treated to the tale of historical preservationist Skeeter Jones, and how past, present, and future meld in the remodel of this Victorian. The project could not have been realized without the thoughtful and skilled builders at Drömhus General Contractors, as well as an amazing design team that includes Hulburd Design, Surface Design, and Holmes Structures.

  • Linkedin

    Event / Monterey Design Conference

    October 13th, speakers from Toyko, Paris, Madrid, and across the US convened at the 2017 Monterey Design Conference. MDC is AIA California Council’s biennial weekend of architectural inspiration. Mark Jensen, co-chair of the MDC Committee with Anne Fougeron, shares why the MDC is the one professional gathering he never misses in this Q&A.

  • Dezeen

    Press / Minnesota Street Project

    American studio Jensen Architects aimed to preserve original design elements while transforming a sawtooth-roof industrial building into an arts hub with galleries and event space. “The building had absorbed years of working hands in its very materiality, and we didn’t want the ambitious new program to erase this history,” the team said.

  • Curbed SF

    Press / San Francisco’s Best New Building Projects of 2016

    “The city was getting a little too flush with over-designed restaurants, shiny new skyscrapers, and tired tech offices, so this was refreshing on so many levels. The simple yet gorgeous renovation of an old warehouse by Mark Jensen, the social and cultural impact of creating a safe and secure space for artists and galleries, and the explosion of public interest (did you see that line on opening night?!) made this the year’s clear winner, and a big win for SF.” – Erin Fehrer, style and design editor, San Francisco Magazine

  • Architectural Record

    Press / Pacific Heights Residence

    A compact street presence belies expansive living spaces in Jensen Architects’ urban house – October’s House of the Month feature in Architectural Record

  • Linkedin

    Profile / Q&A with Andy Lin, Senior Designer

    Andy Lin was recently elevated to the role of Senior Designer, recognizing his leadership in his recent projects — the David Ireland House, winner of a 2016 California Preservation Foundation Award, and CounterPulse Theater — as well as in the studio. We asked Andy to share his background and perspective as a designer in this short interview.

Publications

  • Architectural Record, June 2018
    “The Future of Practice: Small Firms”
    (Jensen Architects)
  • Architectural Record, May 2018
    “Lighting: The Human Factor”
    (Float Station)
  • a+u Magazine, April 2018
    “CCA Graduate Center”
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • a+u Magazine, April 2018
    “Minnesota Street Project”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • The Architect's Take, April 2018
    “Minnesota Street Project: Ecosystem for the Arts”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • Architectural Digest, March 2018
    “Salad with a Side of Style: Why Sweetgreen Is Investing in Design”
    (Sweetgreen Santa Monica)
  • Curbed SF, December 2017
    “Salesforce Tower summed up in three words. A few words for San Francisco’s most talked-about building of 2017”
    (Mark Jensen quote)
  • Architect Magazine, December 2017
    “The Winners of the 2017 Residential Architect Design Awards”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • Builder, December 2017
    “Alamo Square Residence”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • SF Weekly, October 2017
    “Venue Q. CounterPulse and the performance of queer resistance.”
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • Dwell, September 2017
    “A Historic Victorian in San Francisco is Meticulously Transformed into a Modern Family Home”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • Domus, September 2017
    “Alamo Square Residence”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • Dezeen, August 2017
    “Jensen Architects adds contemporary rear facade and pared down interiors to historic San Francisco house.”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • Contract Magazine, July/August 2017
    “Competition: Inspiration Awards”
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • San Francisco Magazine, June 2017
    “A Victorian Rebellion”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • American-Architects, April 2017
    “Building of the Week”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • Christie's International Real Estate, March 2017
    “Meet the Architects”
    (Turner Residence)
  • Dezeen, February 2017
    “Jensen Architects Converts San Francisco Warehouse into Arts Centre with Black and White Facade”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • The New York Times Style Magazine, January 2017
    “A Guide to America’s Next Great Art Neighborhood”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • Curbed SF, December 2016
    “San Francisco’s Best New Building Projects of 2016”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • Wallpaper*, December 2016
    “Jensen Architects gives a Victorian-era House a Contemporary Facade”
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • Los Angeles Times, December 2016
    “Architecture’s Top 10 for 2016”
    (David Ireland House)
  • Architectural Record, October 2016
    “Perspective: House of the Month”
    (Pacific Heights Residence)
  • Architect, June 2016
    “Bay Area Honors”
    (David Ireland House)
  • Coffee Culture, June 2016
    Robert Schneider
    The Images Publishing Group, Publisher, 2016
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • Imbibe, April 2016
    “The Amazing Space”
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • San Francisco Magazine, March 2016
    “The Art Project”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • 7x7, March 2016
    “Can the Minnesota Street Project Transform Dogpatch Into a Dynamic Arts Hub?”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • SF Chronicle, March 2016
    “California College of the Arts quietly heading toward SF”
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • Wallpaper*, March 2016
    “Minnesota Street Project Will Regenerate San Francisco’s Art Community”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • Architectural Record, February 2016
    “Close Up: David Ireland’s 500 Capp Street Project”
    (David Ireland House)
  • Wallpaper*, January 2016
    “Home run: David Ireland’s Longtime Home Reopens”
    (David Ireland House)
  • Architects’ Newspaper, January 2016
    “Turn Up The Base”
    (Fort Mason Center Gallery 308)
  • SF Weekly, January 2016
    “Art: Capp Street Craft”
    (David Ireland House)
  • New York Times, December 2015
    “Preserving David Ireland’s Home in All Its Marred Glory”
    (David Ireland House)
  • The Art Newspaper, December 2015
    “Home is Where The Art is”
    (David Ireland House)
  • New York Times, November 2015
    “Venice Beach’s Influx of Trendy Outsiders”
    (Blue Bottle Venice Beach)
  • SF Chronicle, November 2015
    “Bay Area art world prepares for big year of promise and challenges”
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • SF Chronicle, November 2015
    “Bay Area art world prepares for big year of promise and challenges”
    (David Ireland House)
  • SFGate, October 2015
    “CounterPulse in Step with Tech-Firm Neighbors”
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • San Francisco Magazine, October 2015
    “Former Porn Palaces Have Terrific Bones”
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • San Francisco Magazine, October 2015
    “The Stairs Should Float”
    (Turner Residence)
  • Workplaces Today, July 2015
    Juriaan van Meel
    (Next World Offices)
  • SPUR The Urbanist, June 2015
    “Market Manipulation”
    (Show Box)
  • SF Chronicle, April 2015
    “3-Day Outburst of Art Taking Over Market Street”
    (Show Box)
  • SF Cottages and Gardens, March 2015
    “Floating World”
    (Turner Residence)
  • Bon Appetit, February 2015
    “When Cindy Daniel Opened Shed”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • SF Chronicle, November 2014
    “Something new for Thanksgiving dessert”
    (Freeman Residence - San Francisco)
  • California Home & Design, October 2014
    “Insider’s Guide to Healdsburg”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Wired, October 2014
    “A Grassy Park Whose Clever Design Makes It Accessible to All”
    (Presidio Parklands)
  • Architectural Record, September 2014
    “Beyond Cubed”
    (IDEO San Francisco)
  • Interior Design, September 2014
    “Jensen Architects Converts Automobile Showroom into Blue Bottle Coffee”
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • Hauser, August 2014
    “Throughout Beautiful”
    (Turner Residence)
  • Azure Magazine, July 2014
    “A Handsome Culinary Space in Sonoma County”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Conde Magazine, June 2014
    “2014 Architizer A+ Awards”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Martha Stewart Living, June 2014
    “A Growing Experience”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • New York Times, March 2014
    “Beard Award Winners”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • SF Chronicle, April 2014
    “Coffee by Design”
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • Wallpaper*, April 2014
    “Interactive floor plan: Turner Residence by Jensen Architects”
    (Turner Residence)
  • New York Times, March 2014
    “The View from Here”
    (House on the Hill)
  • San Francisco Magazine, March 2014
    “Fear and Floating”
    (House on the Hill)
  • Architectural Record, February 2014
    “Next World Capital”
    (Next World Offices)
  • Metropolis, February 2014
    “Oakland’s Blue Bottle Cafe Blurs Work and Leisure”
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • Interior Design, December 2013
    “Best of Year Awards”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 7x7 SF, November 2013
    “CounterPULSE Gets a New Home”
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • The Architects Newspaper, August 2013
    “Shed Store and Cafe”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • World Architecture News, August 2013
    “SHED - Loads of Local Flavor”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Architectural Record, July 2013
    “The Modern Grange”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Wallpaper*, June 2013
    “June food news: Editor’s Picks”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Modern Art Desserts
    Caitlin Freeman, Photography by Clay McLachlan Ten Speed Press, Publisher, 2013
    (Blue Bottle SFMOMA)
  • The Wall Street Journal, May 2013
    “A Perfect Long Weekend in Healdsburg, Calif.”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Environmental Graphics Magazine, April 2013
    “(Don’t) Exit Through The Gift Shop”
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • 7x7 SF, April 2013
    “Healdsburg Shed: One More Epic Wine Country Must-Visit”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • California Home & Design, February 2013
    “Eat, Play, Love”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • The Architects Newspaper, February 2013
    “Fixing the Fort”
    (Fort Mason Competition)
  • The Art Newspaper, January 2013
    “San Francisco Wattis Institute gets new gallery space”
    (CCA 350-360 Kansas)
  • 7x7 SF, January 2013
    “Potrero Hill Gets A New Art Addition”
    (CCA 350-360 Kansas)
  • Bite Club Eats, January 2013
    “Healdsburg Shed construction report”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • ArtForum, January 2013
    “Wattis Institute Gets a New Building”
    (CCA 350-360 Kansas)
  • West Coast Modern
    Zahid Sardar, Photographs by Matthew Millman
    Gibbs Smith Publisher, 2012
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)
  • Edible Selby
    Todd Selby
    Abrams, Publisher, 2012
    (Blue Bottle SFMOMA)
  • North Bay Business Journal, December 2012
    “Healdsburg project aims to take shoppers to ‘foodshed’”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Marina Times, December 2012
    “West 8 envisions a new Fort Mason”
    (Fort Mason Competition)
  • Topos Magazine, December 2012
    “West 8 wins competition in San Francisco”
    (Fort Mason Competition)
  • Interior Design, July 2012
    “A Golden Opportunity”
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • Wallpaper City Guide: San Francisco
    Phaidon, 2012
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • AIA 2010-2012 Designs for the New Decade
    Design Media Publishing Ltd., 2012
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Architects Newspaper, May 2012
    “Golden Moment”
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, May 2012
    “Golden Opportunity”
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • Healdsburg Tribune, May 2012
    “SHED Building Takes Shape”
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • Scene, Spring 2012
    “Green & Serene”
    (House on the Bay)
  • CA H+D, February 2012
    “Oakland Museum of California Even Space”
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • Old Buildings, New Designs
    Princeton Architectural Press, 2012
    (Walden Studios)
  • San Francisco Magazine, February 2012
    “Museum and their Medicis”
    (Emeryville Center for the Arts)
  • Inside | Out, Summer / Fall 2011
    “A Conversation with Mark Jensen”
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • New York Times Style Magazine, 2011
    “Mr. Coffee”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Architect, May 2011
    “Review: SFMOMA Sculpture Garden”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • California Home + Design, January / February, 2011
    “Jensen Architects’ Emeryville Contemporary Art Center”
    (Emeryville Center for the Arts)
  • Architect’s Newspaper, February 2011
    “Keep It Local”
    (Emeryville Center for the Arts)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, January 2011
    “Architects Honor 3 Bay Area Buildings”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, December 2010
    “A Catalyst for Community”
    (Emeryville Center for the Arts)
  • gb&d, December 2010
    “All in the Mix”
    (SFMOMA, Kokoris, KBS&P, Walden, Turner Duckworth)
  • Architecture Zone Vol. 3
    H.K. Rihan Int’l Culture Spread Ltd., Publisher, 2010
    (Walden Studios, CCA Graduate Center)
  • Objekt # 50 Summer 2010
    “The House at San Francisco Bay”
    (House on the Bay)
  • Re-Use Architecture
    Chris van Uffelen, Braun Publishing, 2010
    (Walden Studios)
  • The Architect’s Newspaper, July 2010
    “Animal Instinct”
    (Presidio Habitats)
  • Readymade, June 2010
    “Presidio Habitats”
    (Presidio Habitats)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, May 2010
    “From Outdated to Outstanding”
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • Los Angeles Times, May 2010
    “The Presidio in SF installs animal habitat art project”
    (Presidio Habitats)
  • The New York Times, T Magazine, May 2010
    “Creature Comforts, The Presidio Habitats”
    (Presidio Habitats)
  • Public Landscape, 2010
    H.K. Rihan Int’l Culture Spread Limited
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)
  • ela, February 2010
    “SFMOMA Rooftop Sculpture Garden”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Small Firms, Great Projects, 2010
    AIA San Francisco Publication
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • Architect, November 2009
    “Sculpture Garden Bridge”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Sole 24, April 2009
    “Il Progetto Della Settimana”
    (House on the Bay)
  • San Francisco Magazine, September 2009
    “Shape Shifting”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Novo Magazine Design Issue, 2009
    “SFMOMA Roof Top Garden”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Novo Magazine Design Issue, 2009
    “Jensen Architects Kokoris Residence”
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • Competitions, Summer 2009
    “SFMOMA Sculpture Garden”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 7x7, June 2009
    “Best Garden Party”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Art in America, June/July 2009
    “A Breath of Fresh Art”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • California Home + Design, May/June 2009
    “The Newest Places to Shop, Eat and Stay”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Dwell, June 2009
    “Houses We Love”
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • The New York Times Magazine, May 2009
    “Museum of Modern Eats”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • The Architect‘s Newspaper, May 2009
    “Let Them Eat Art”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • italiaArchitettura 1, 2009
    “Tiburon House a San Francisco”
    UTET Scienze Tecniche
    (House on th Bay)
  • Interni, April 2009
    “Sostenibilità OK”
    (House on the Bay)
  • d‘A, April 2009
    “Italian Workshop: Tiburon House”
    (House on the Bay)
  • ARTnews, April 2009
    “Avant Gardens”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • Residential Architect, March/April 2009
    “Residential Architect Design Awards 2009”
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • New York Times, March 2009
    “Taking a Step-by-Step Approach to Growth”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 60 Minutes, March 2009
    “The Mother of Slow Food”
    (Slow Food Nation Welcome Pavilion)
  • United Hemispheres Magazine, March 2009
    “Raise the Roof”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, March 2009
    “New faces start a welcome trend”
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • AIA California Council 2009 Calendar
    June
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • CI-Magazine, January 2009
    “Kreative Räume”
    (KBP West)
  • Masterpieces: Office Architecture + Design
    Verlagshaus Braun, Publisher, 2008
    (KBP West Offices, Turner Duckworth Offices)
  • International New Landscape, December 2008
    “Spatial Definition and Structuring”
    (Walden Studios)
  • Print Magazine, December 2008
    “Print’s Regional Design Annual 2008”
    (Jensen Architects’ Identity System)
  • Landscape Architecture, December 2008
    “Design for a Floodplain”
    (Walden Studios)
  • 1000x Architecture of the Americas
    Verlagshaus Braun, Publisher, 2008
    (Ann Hamilton Tower, CCA Graduate Center, Turner Duckworth)
  • arcCA, 08.3, 2008
    2008 AIACC Design Awards
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, September 2008
    “Nice academy...”
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • Landscape Architecture, August 2008
    “2008 ASLA Awards”
    (Walden Studios)
  • New Garden Design, Inspiring Private Paradises
    Zahid Sardar, Photographs by Marion Brenner
    Gibbs Smith Publisher, 2008
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • The Architect’s Newspaper, September 2008
    “Building an Appetite”
    (Slow Food Nation Welcome Pavilion)
  • Restroom: Contemporary Design
    Jennifer Hudson, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, 2008
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • California Home + Design, June 2008
    “Art Report”
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)
  • California Home + Design, May 2008
    “AIA SF Awards for Architecture”
    (Ann Hamilton Tower, CCA Graduate Center)
  • The Architect’s Newspaper, April 2008
    “Five Degrees of Gradation”
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, January 2008
    “The Museum’s Plan”
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • San Francisco Magazine, January 2008
    “The Collectors”
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)

Awards

  • 2018 National Trust for Historic Preservation
    Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios
    (David Ireland House)
  • 2017 Residential Architect Design Awards
    Citation Award for Restoration
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • 2017 AIA California Council
    Merit Award
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • 2017 Contract Magazine Inspirations Awards
    Honorable Mention
    (CounterPulse Theater)
  • 2017 California Preservation Design Awards
    Rehabilitation
    (Children’s Day School)
  • 2017 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • 2017 AIA San Francisco
    Historic Preservation Commendation
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • 2017 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (Minnesota Street Project)
  • 2017 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (Pacific Heights Residence)
  • 2017 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (Alamo Square Residence)
  • 2016 AIA Redwood Empire
    Honor Award
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2016 California Preservation Design Awards
    Craftsmanship and Preservation Technology
    (David Ireland House)
  • 2016 AIA San Francisco
    Honor Award
    (David Ireland House)
  • 2016 AIA San Francisco
    Citation Award for Interior Architecture
    (Children’s Day School)
  • 2015 Architizer A+ Design Awards
    Restaurant
    (Blue Bottle Morse Building)
  • 2015 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2015 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (Turner Residence)
  • 2015 AIA California Council
    Honor Award
    (Turner Residence)
  • 2015 Architectural Foundation of San Francisco
    Kirby Ward Fitzpatrick Award
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • 2015 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2014 IIT, Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize
    Nominee
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2014 James Beard Awards
    Outstanding Restaurant Design
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2014 Architizer A+ Design Awards
    Retail Finalist
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2014 Architect Magazine Annual Design Awards
    Citation
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2014 Salon Today Magazine
    Salons of the Year
    (J. Roland Salon)
  • 2014 Glass Magazine
    Most Innovative Decoration Glass
    (House on the Hill)
  • 2013 International Design Awards
    Honorable Mention
    (Turner Residence)
  • 2013 International Design Awards
    Honorable Mention
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2013 Interior Design Best of Year Awards
    Honoree Nominee
    (Shed Store and Cafe)
  • 2013 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • 2013 IIDA Northern California Honor Awards
    Merit Award
    (Turner Duckworth Offices)
  • 2013 IIDA Northern California Honor Awards
    Notable Award
    (IDEO San Francisco Offices)
  • 2013 Architizer A+ Design Awards
    Special Mention in Landscape Parks Category
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • 2012 The Spark International Design Awards
    Finalist for Spaces Design
    (Turner Duckworth Offices)
  • 2012 The Spark International Design Awards
    Bronze Award
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • 2012 AIA California Council
    Citation Award
    (Walden Studios)
  • 2012 AIA California Council
    Honor Award
    (OMCA Event Space)
  • 2012 ENR California Best Projects
    Merit Award
    (Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion)
  • 2011 AIA National
    Honor Award
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 2010 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 2010 AIA California Council
    Merit Award
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • 2010 AIA San Francisco
    Honor Award
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 2010 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (Walden Studios)
  • 2009 Chicago Athenaeum
    American Architecture Award
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • California Construction Best of 2009 Awards
    Merit Award
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 2009 AIA California Council
    Merit Award
    (SFMOMA Rooftop Garden)
  • 2009 AIA San Francisco
    Special Achievement Award
    (Slow Food Nation Welcome Pavilion)
  • 2009 Residential Architect Design Awards
    Grand Award for Architectural Design Detail
    (Kokoris Residence)
  • 2008 AIA Redwood Empire
    Honor Award
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)
  • 2008 AIA Redwood Empire
    Citation Award for Design
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)
  • 2008 AIA California Council
    Honor Award
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • 2008 ASLA Professional Awards
    Honor Award
    (Walden Studios)
  • 2008 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (CCA Graduate Center)
  • 2008 AIA San Francisco
    Merit Award
    (Ann Hamilton Tower)