TEF Alumni Notes

“My first project at TEF was the first I had ever worked on where I felt the project team, interior designer, architect, intern, and principal collaborated on the design from concept to detailing.”

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TEF Alumni Notes

“My first project at TEF was the first I had ever worked on where I felt the project team, interior designer, architect, intern, and principal collaborated on the design from concept to detailing.”

The Architecture Profession: The Interns’ View

“The thing that surprised me most is just how important our consultants are.”

The Architecture Profession: The Interns’ View

“The thing that surprised me most is just how important our consultants are.”

Looking Back: My 19 Years (and Counting) with the Ferry Building

“The developer, Chris Meany, had the idea of removing the second floor almost entirely to open up the ground level to the nave. But the National Park Service, whose approval we needed to get the historic tax credits, wanted to maintain the second level’s marble mosaic floor. “

Looking Back: My 19 Years (and Counting) with the Ferry Building

“The developer, Chris Meany, had the idea of removing the second floor almost entirely to open up the ground level to the nave. But the National Park Service, whose approval we needed to get the historic tax credits, wanted to maintain the second level’s marble mosaic floor. “

Revisiting the South Beach Harbor Building

It was a big deal for the firm: our first freestanding building.

Revisiting the South Beach Harbor Building

It was a big deal for the firm: our first freestanding building.

TEF Alumni Notes

And admittedly, I had never worked in a firm with female principals before. I liked that the principals were geographically interspersed throughout the office.

TEF Alumni Notes

And admittedly, I had never worked in a firm with female principals before. I liked that the principals were geographically interspersed throughout the office.

Breakfast with Billie

We ask ourselves, “What is the one thing we would steal here?” We walk around, and then we look at each other and we say, “That’s the one we would steal.” And usually our choice is pretty consistent. It’s a very deep response.

Breakfast with Billie

We ask ourselves, “What is the one thing we would steal here?” We walk around, and then we look at each other and we say, “That’s the one we would steal.” And usually our choice is pretty consistent. It’s a very deep response.