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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
The Dwinelle Annex Renovation for the Disabled Students’ Program will transform a beloved, modest building located in the University of California Berkeley campus’s classical core. The revitalized building will upgrade seismic and life safety performance, and will become a welcoming, inclusive, and accessible new Center for the University’s Disable...
Project name
UC Berkeley Dwinelle Annex Renovation for the Disabled Students’ Program
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
Berkeley, California, USA
The design of Block 7B draws inspiration from the industrial quality of the historic site. The building’s massing is informed by its corner location and its relationship with the adjacent tower at Block 7A, designed by Foster + Partners. LMSA worked closely with the Foster team to ensure that the two buildings, which share a mid-block passageway an...
Project name
Power Station Block 7B - Sophie Maxwell Building
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
The Sunnydale Community Center will be the heart of the redeveloped Sunnydale HOPE SF neighborhood and serve as a new gateway into McLaren Park. Combined with the adjacent Herz Recreation Center, the project creates a new campus that supports connections to nature and provides a safe, lively and nurturing environment.
Project name
Sunnydale Community Center
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Practice with Purpose: A Guide to Mission-Driven Design is about designing buildings beyond their property lines to address some of society’s most urgent challenges: the climate emergency, racial and ethnic injustice, chronic homelessness, educational crises, and the preservation of the embodied carbon and culture of existing buildings.
Title
Practice with Purpose: A Guide to Mission-Driven Design
Author
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Category
Architecture, Interior design
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For over 40 years, San Francisco University High School (SFUHS) has excelled as a leader in secondary education in the Bay Area, building strong and deepening ties among its students, teachers, administrators, families, alumni, and the larger community. This will be the school’s first ground-up project, which will support reorganizing and re-energi...
Project name
University High School California Street Campus
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
On the edge of John McLaren Park and adjacent to the Sunnydale and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods, the new Herz Recreation Center will connect people to the park and to each other.
Project name
Herz Recreation Center
Architecture firm
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
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