Author Archives: Doug Tom

Origins of an Architecture Firm: Part 4

“But even if a client gave us carte blanche, we would gravitate toward the quiet notes.”

Origins of an Architecture Firm: Part 4

“But even if a client gave us carte blanche, we would gravitate toward the quiet notes.”

Ongoing Evolution

They say nothing is permanent except change. Well, we’ve been living proof of that, particularly over the last couple of years.

Ongoing Evolution

They say nothing is permanent except change. Well, we’ve been living proof of that, particularly over the last couple of years.

Advocating for Children

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.

Advocating for Children

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.

New Year, Big Changes

2013 was full of big changes for the firm, and 2014 is shaping up to be another exciting year.

New Year, Big Changes

2013 was full of big changes for the firm, and 2014 is shaping up to be another exciting year.

Fortifying the Future of Service

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.

Fortifying the Future of Service

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.

Summer Reading: July

From Swiss architectural monographs to the O.K. Corral, here’s presenting the second post in our summer reading series.

Summer Reading: July

From Swiss architectural monographs to the O.K. Corral, here’s presenting the second post in our summer reading series.

The Children’s Advocacy Center: a national model here in San Francisco

Tom Eliot Fisch is proud to be collaborating with the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center and the Center for Youth Wellness to create a new Child Advocacy Center.

The Children’s Advocacy Center: a national model here in San Francisco

Tom Eliot Fisch is proud to be collaborating with the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center and the Center for Youth Wellness to create a new Child Advocacy Center.