Posts Tagged: Community

Porch Chats

“The porch chats were very specific to this place…We could look directly at the landscape. The issues were right in front of you. People could point and ask questions.

Porch Chats

“The porch chats were very specific to this place…We could look directly at the landscape. The issues were right in front of you. People could point and ask questions.

Introducing Underserved Kids to the Uplifting Power of Color

“Caliber’s director had asked us for a super-colorful building, so it seemed like a perfect project to collaborate with Project Color Corps on.”

Introducing Underserved Kids to the Uplifting Power of Color

“Caliber’s director had asked us for a super-colorful building, so it seemed like a perfect project to collaborate with Project Color Corps on.”

Origins of an Architecture Firm: Part 3

We believe that if architects bring their expertise—as architects, business people and as individuals—into their communities, they can effect significant social change.

Origins of an Architecture Firm: Part 3

We believe that if architects bring their expertise—as architects, business people and as individuals—into their communities, they can effect significant social change.

Origins of an architecture firm: Part 1

I talked to a couple of my buddies at the firm, Ron Aguila and Bobbie Fisch, and said, “Hey, wouldn’t it be great to start a firm?”

Origins of an architecture firm: Part 1

I talked to a couple of my buddies at the firm, Ron Aguila and Bobbie Fisch, and said, “Hey, wouldn’t it be great to start a firm?”

Bayview Opera House, Birds Eye View rendering by Hood Design

The Other Side of the Table: When the Architect Becomes a Client

Recently I had the opportunity to spend some time on the client side of an architecture project. It was an eye-opening experience. In my case, it came about because of where I live, in the Forest Hill neighborhood of San

Bayview Opera House, Birds Eye View rendering by Hood Design

The Other Side of the Table: When the Architect Becomes a Client

Recently I had the opportunity to spend some time on the client side of an architecture project. It was an eye-opening experience. In my case, it came about because of where I live, in the Forest Hill neighborhood of San

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.