What San Francisco needed was an advocacy center for children: a facility consolidating child protective services, criminal justice and law enforcement entities, and medical and mental health workers under one roof.
While we can’t single-handedly make a dent in the city’s affordability crisis, we have been involved in several recent projects to benefit children and families and help keep them put.
We asked our staff members to share some of their photographs. Stephen Simon has a collection of manhole covers. So we asked him a few questions.
College dining culture is changing, forcing architects to re-imagine dining facilities.
I came away wanting to keep doing socially important work—mission-driven projects that went beyond just fulfilling the bottom line… And that’s why one of our recent projects, designing a home for the Presidio Institute, has special meaning for me.
The end of September and beginning of October are our warmest days in San Francisco. This is when we finally enjoy real summer weather. Basking in these sunnier days, we present the last of our summer reading reviews.