I had the amazing opportunity to work with LEDDY MAYTUM STACY Architects for two months in the fall of 2016...
In W.G. Clark’s essay Replacement, he states that architecture "is the reconciliation of ourselves with the natural land." At LMSA, one aspect of this reconciliation involves sustainable design strategies. Some of these strategies can be simple and straightforward. Other sustainable design strategies are unique to a particular project, growing out of our design process: the careful exploration of the possibilities and constraints of a site and our close collaboration with the stakeholders of a project.
Residential options for adults with autism are limited, yet autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the US. Research has shown that most young adults with autism live with their families. As parents age, how will adults with autism gain independence?
Ed Roberts was an international leader and educator in the independent living and disability rights movements. Throughout his life Ed fought to enable all persons with disabilities to fully participate in society and was the first student with significant disabilities to attend UC Berkeley.
Since the transfer of lower Fort Mason from the Army to the National Park Service and then to the non-profit organization in 1977, there has been an amazing transformation of the Pier 2 Shed from a place serving the war effort to a vibrant cultural center.
Commissioned in 1991 by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Sutro Baths project was featured in the “In the Spirit of Modernism” exhibit, and was selected in the New Public Realm Competition by Progressive Architecture.
Sixth Street in San Francisco is the “Main Street” and focal point within the South of Market Redevelopment Plan’s boundaries following the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake.
The Nueva School is at the forefront of the movement to incorporate interdisciplinary inquiry, design thinking, and social / emotional learning throughout their curriculum and, by extension, throughout their learning environments. How can the design of today’s schools fully support the rapidly evolving technologies and curricula that accompany these important educational advances, providing flexible spaces that will continue to inspire 21st century students?