Posts Tagged: Nonprofits

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.

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.

Learning by “Leap” and Bounds

Catherine Howley is a junior designer at Tom Eliot Fisch. Currently, she is working on several projects in the Presidio. We asked her about working with the nonprofit arts education organization Leap, participating in Leap’s famous sandcastle contest, and collaborating with students, contractors, and the design community.

Learning by “Leap” and Bounds

Catherine Howley is a junior designer at Tom Eliot Fisch. Currently, she is working on several projects in the Presidio. We asked her about working with the nonprofit arts education organization Leap, participating in Leap’s famous sandcastle contest, and collaborating with students, contractors, and the design community.

Writing about Dancing about Architecture

Someone once said, “Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” As if the two were so opposite that it was absurd to think of the one having anything to do with the other. But I’ve come to think they have a lot in common, especially since I joined the board of the Joe Goode Performance Group.

Writing about Dancing about Architecture

Someone once said, “Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” As if the two were so opposite that it was absurd to think of the one having anything to do with the other. But I’ve come to think they have a lot in common, especially since I joined the board of the Joe Goode Performance Group.

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.

Cycle of Giving

I couldn’t have asked for a better example of the circle of giving. You never know what positive ripple effects will come of what you do.

Cycle of Giving

I couldn’t have asked for a better example of the circle of giving. You never know what positive ripple effects will come of what you do.