Posts Tagged: Preservation

Charles Moore: High Delight Quotient

“In our current heavy political climate, maybe something similar is happening: architects and their audiences are looking for more fun and color, something to raise the mood.”

Charles Moore: High Delight Quotient

“In our current heavy political climate, maybe something similar is happening: architects and their audiences are looking for more fun and color, something to raise the mood.”

Restoring Warnecke’s Asilomar Additions: A Conversation with Andrew Wolfram and Bridget Maley

“He had a vision of how to take what Morgan had started and expand it with a modern sensibility.”

Restoring Warnecke’s Asilomar Additions: A Conversation with Andrew Wolfram and Bridget Maley

“He had a vision of how to take what Morgan had started and expand it with a modern sensibility.”

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.

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. “

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?”