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Nestled in a vibrant, walkable area of near-downtown East Austin that is steeped in history and local neighborhood amenities, The Ferdinand is not just a build-to-suit office building but a unique structure that functions as a testament to sustainability and wellness: the three-story, 70,000-square-foot building is designed to meet both the standar...
Project name
The Ferdinand Office Building
Architecture firm
Cushing Terrell
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Andrea Calo
The state’s architecture goes beyond the functionality to echo Nevada’s expansive and spirited culture. Each building, from the luxurious casino resorts to residential zones, is a testament to innovation and creativity. Nevada continues to lead in merging practical solutions with aesthetic beauty, inviting everyone to explore and admire its enginee...
Written by
Liliana Alvarez
Photography
Travel Scape
For a Bay Area–based couple, respite from hectic city life takes place at their elegant getaway overlooking the Rocky Mountains in the Yellowstone Club near Big Sky, Montana. When the homeowners enlisted Richard Beard Architects and interior designer Kelly Hohla to refresh the 2007 residence’s dated interiors, their request was simple: They wanted...
Project name
Big Sky One
Architecture firm
Locati Architects & Interiors (Original Architect), Richard Beard Architects
Location
Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Montana, USA
Photography
Paul Dyer
Emerging on a monolithic plinth from the craggy slopes of Park City, Utah, the 18,000-square-foot home offers moments of respite for an active, outdoors-oriented family. Constructed within the award-winning development The Colony at White Pine Canyon with CLB and The Iluminus Group, Monitor’s Rest is an elegant outcropping set apart by its high-alt...
Project name
Monitor’s Rest
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Park City, Utah, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott, Engel & Völkers Park City
With an articulated façade and vibrant material palette, this pedestrian-scaled, multifamily housing block was designed to complement Studio VARA’s townhomes on the other side of a pedestrian mews in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood. Designed in collaboration with Paulett Taggart Architects, as part of a 152-unit affordable hou...
Project name
Sister Lillian Murphy Community
Architecture firm
Studio VARA, Paulett Taggart Architects
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Bruce Damonte
Located in downtown Oakland, The Caffè reflects the second generation of Bay Area icon Mr. Espresso, serving as an example of how our diverse cultural landscape is nourished by those eager to share their heritage with the community. The design is heavily inspired by Italian culture, using minimalism and contrast.
Project name
The Caffé by Mr. Espresso
Architecture firm
jones | haydu
Location
Oakland, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
TEF Design: The newly completed electrical switchgear building is the first Net Zero Energy (NZE) targeted electrical substation building in the United States.  Tucked midblock on Eddy Street between Larkin and Hyde, the steel frame concrete structure is a modern addition to the existing historic 1962 substation building designed by PG&E to supply...
Project name
Larkin Street Substation Expansion
Architecture firm
TEF Design
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Mikiko Kikuyama
The sixth-floor heated pool and lounge at The St. Regis San Francisco has been transformed through a full-scale renovation. Guests and residents can now relax, unwind, and immerse themselves in a world of serenity. The initial design brief was to identify a new tile for resurfacing the pool and restoring its functionality.
Project name
The St. Regis San Francisco Pool Renovations
Architecture firm
TEF Design, Gio Pagani
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Mikiko Kikuyama