Posts Tagged: Green Design

Programming a Nonexistent Existing Building

The recently completed SFPUC Headquarters has been getting a lot of attention for its LEED Platinum targeted green design and its building-mounted wind turbines. What a lot of people don’t know is that, although the building was envisioned as a showcase for sustainability early on, it wasn’t originally for the SFPUC.

Programming a Nonexistent Existing Building

The recently completed SFPUC Headquarters has been getting a lot of attention for its LEED Platinum targeted green design and its building-mounted wind turbines. What a lot of people don’t know is that, although the building was envisioned as a showcase for sustainability early on, it wasn’t originally for the SFPUC.

Contemporary Access

We worked in collaboration with Paulett Taggart Architects on this Carnegie library, originally designed by Ernest Coxhead, and completed in 1918. It’s a beautiful terra cotta Beaux-Arts structure in the shape of a basilica, and has been loved by its neighbors for generations.

Contemporary Access

We worked in collaboration with Paulett Taggart Architects on this Carnegie library, originally designed by Ernest Coxhead, and completed in 1918. It’s a beautiful terra cotta Beaux-Arts structure in the shape of a basilica, and has been loved by its neighbors for generations.