Golden 1 Center Sacramento

Golden 1 Center Sacramento Building

Designed for the city’s basketball team, the bold external envelope was designed and fabricated using parametric technologies. The main entrance features large, operable glass panels that open to the outdoor event plaza. There are 10,000 seats in the lower bowl close to the action, out of 17,000 seat total.

Oceanwide Center San Francisco Building

Oceanwide Center San Francisco Building

A 2 million sqft building development comprising two high-rise towers plus new public spaces and pedestrian links through downtown. The buildings are in rapidly changing Transbay Area, close to Market and the financial district. They provide 1.35 million sqft of office space and 650,000 sqft of residential units.

Oceanwide Center San Francisco Building

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Salesforce Transit Center Building

Salesforce Transit Center Building

Multimodal transit station in downtown San Francisco designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. The complex links 11 transit systems connecting the city to the region, state, and nation. The innovative sustainable design in South of Market is under construction next to a 1,070-foot office skyscraper.

8 Octavia

8 Octavia in San Francisco

Design: Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects

A gateway building at the entry from the 101 Freeway. Each occupant can operate louvers on the building façade, constantly changing the aesthetic of the architecture. Apartments are based on loft property design.

TellApart Inc HQ

TellApart Inc HQ in Burlingame

Design: Diebel and Company, Architects

TellApart help companies turn individual customer preferences into sales by predicting the items each customer will find most delightful and curating experiences that help them discover those products.

A-to-Z House

A-to-Z House in San Francisco

Architects: SAW // Spiegel Aihara Workshop

Perched on a hillside in Golden Gate Heights, a modest single story 1934 developer vernacular structure had limited space and failed to take advantage of expansive views of Sutro Tower, Golden Gate Park, Sausalito, and the Bay.