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Walker Hall is an adaptive reuse of a 1927 building at the core of the University of California, Davis campus. The project transformed a vacant, seismically unsafe building into a graduate and professional student center with meeting rooms, a lecture hall, and sophisticated active-learning classrooms that serve the entire campus. It coalesces histo...
Project name
Walker Hall
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
University of California, Davis
Photography
Bruce Damonte, Jeff Marsh, Richard Barnes
Central and South America have proven to be a hotbed of talent for baseball. The heart of this talent has become the Dominican Republic. Since the 50s, Major League Baseball has actively worked to develop talent in the region. As part of this development, all Major League teams have established an academy in the Dominican Republic.
Project name
San Francisco Giants Felipe Alou Baseball Academy
Architecture firm
jones | haydu
Location
Boca Chica, Dominican Republic
Photography
Bruce Damonte
Project name
The Amador Apartments
Architecture firm
jones | haydu
Location
Oakland, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte
Studio VARA teamed with Mithun and TNDC to develop the winning design for this 100% affordable housing project on one of the last residential sites in Mission Bay.
Project name
626 Mission Bay Boulevard
Architecture firm
Studio VARA (Associate Architect, townhomes), Mithun Solomon (Architect of Record, main building)
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte
Situated on a ridge providing stunning views of Mount Diablo and the adjacent hills and valleys. The project involved adding a residential wing to an existing single-story house. The new two-story volume is connected to the original house at an acute angle, which opens the intersecting space by engaging it with the outdoor landscape and distant vie...
Project name
Diablo House
Architecture firm
Terry & Terry Architecture
Location
Danville, United States
Photography
Bruce Damonte
This adaptive reuse project transforms the most banal of commercial box buildings into a light-filled courtyard office space specifically outfitted for a discerning, high-end residential builder with an exclusive clientele.
Project name
Redwood Highway
Architecture firm
Studio VARA
Location
Mill Valley, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte
A model for healthy living and resilience, the Edwin M. Lee Apartments is the first building in San Francisco to combine supportive housing for both unhoused veterans and low-income families. This collaboration—Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, Saida + Sullivan Design Partners, Swords to Plowshares, and Chinatown Community Development Center—supports...
Project name
Edwin M. Lee Apartments
Architecture firm
Prime Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. Associate Architect: Saida + Sullivan Design Partners
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte
The project marks the corner of Fourth and Channel Streets as a gateway to San Francisco’s burgeoning new Mission Bay south neighborhood. It houses 150 low income, and formerly homeless individuals and families, currently including 261 children. It brings diversity of age, race, and income to this booming new district. Restaurant and retail space...
Project name
1180 Fourth Street
Architecture firm
Associate Design Architect: Kennerly Architecture & Planning. Executive Architect: Mithun/Solomon (originated WRT/Solomon E.T.C.). Associate Architect: Full Circle Architecture
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte