This is the second story in our adaptive reuse series, the first post made our case for reuse. It’s not easy, but a space with history can be old and new … Continue reading
One of the most exciting models of learning is “design thinking.” It combines hands on learning (tinkering) with independent problem solving methodologies. This concept is basically the same as the … Continue reading
Check out our Wes Anderson inspired holiday card….
For the firm’s first blog topic, Peter Pfau, principal-in-charge, and Natalie Kittner, project architect, discuss the recently completed The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at UC Berkeley. It … Continue reading