World‘s First “GridOptimal” Building is Sonoma Clean Power‘s Headquarters
Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) recently unveiled its new all-electric headquarters which features an innovative microgrid and goes far beyond “net zero energy” standards by reducing greenhouse gas emissions on the State’s electric grid.
Jennifer Devlin-Herbert to Lead EHDD’s Future Growth as the Design Firm’s First Female CEO
New leadership approach sets the scene for growth and evolving client and community responsiveness
On June 21st, we launched the Early Phase Integrated Carbon Assessment (EPIC) tool as a web application.
We are delighted to announce the promotions of ten EHDD team members who will continue to advance the firm’s vision to create a collectively greater future for our clients, society, and the environment.
Partner Scott Shell Named a 2021 USGBC Pacific Region Leadership Award Recipient
Scott Shell honored with the 2021 USGBC Regional Leadership Award by the US Green Building Council for his work as a leading voice among architects for decarbonization in California.
EHDD ONEder Grant Report
In 2020 EHDD received a ONEder grant from One Workplace to engage students, faculty, and thought-leaders in a dialog to think beyond the current challenges and reimagine a new vision of Higher Education. Our report includes a toolkit for designers and educators, including ideas, research, and resources. Now is our chance as designers to contribute […]
EHDD Announces Expansion to the Pacific Northwest
EHDD is pleased to announce that Seattle-based Patano Studio Architecture (PSA) is officially joining San Francisco-based EHDD. The merger formalizes the firm’s expansion plans to build a more significant presence on the U.S. West Coast. With this merger, Christopher Patano, Founder of PSA, becomes a Partner at EHDD. “EHDD has been an unquestioned leader at […]
Transformations: Our Vision for Existing Buildings
At EHDD, we are forward thinking. We think and design with tomorrow in mind, and we are making that future more sustainable. We recognize the importance of existing buildings, and transform them into certified, sustainable structures that can carry us into the future.
July 2020 Associate Promotions
Please join us in congratulating Heidi Hanzawa, Samantha Lautman, Jay Manzo, Jessica Sano, and Yew-Hoe Tan on their promotions to Associate at EHDD.
Research Fellowship Program: Welcome Jack and Jerome
EHDD is thrilled to inaugurate a Research Fellowship Program this summer in lieu of our traditional student internships.
EHDD Promotes Quyen Luong and Lynne Riesselman to Associate Principal
November 14, 2019
Libraries: Evolving Knowledge & Community Hubs
Looking towards the future of our library spaces
Greenbuild 2015: Reflections
How Age and Gender Effect the Path to Carbon Neutrality
Design Month at EHDD
“EHDD Makes” – A look at how EHDD cultivates design and creativity away from the desk
A Magical Trip through the Mangroves
EHDD’s Phoebe Schenker reflects on her experience working with Ecoviva and The 1% Program
Living Cities Competition
Designing for Residential Towers for the 21st Century
Connecting the Dots
Design inspiration has no borders
BMW Guggenheim Lab Competition
Rethinking the Kala Nagar Traffic Junction
Designing for Dirt at MY Farm
EHDD’s pro bono project at neighboring Mission High School
Flexible Architecture for a Cultural Landscape
The Presidio Exchange Concept
How to Succeed in Architecture
Land a Job after Architecture School
Art, Architecture and Science
How Design Innovates Beyond Sustainability
Listening and Learning
How Can Design Shape the Future for Children?
Castles on Ocean Beach
EHDD Teams with Nibbi for a Special Design Project
Little School, Big Dreams
Fifteen Years of the Tenderloin Community School
Climate Ride California 2012
5 Days, 150 Cyclists, 300 Miles: EHDD’s Inspiring Journey Through California
The Burning Man Phenomenon
The Event and The City
The View from Down Under
Australia and California Share the Same Values, Despite Being on Different Hemispheres
Living City Block: San Francisco
EHDD Joins the Urban Regeneration Movement
Design for All
Can design thinking spread beyond the design profession?
Lands End Lookout
The struggle between nature and culture redefines a San Francisco landmark.
BIM at EHDD
BIM, the final frontier, or is it just the beginning?
Earth Day 2012
EHDD looks to the values of the past to reinforce our current sustainable initiatives.
What’s the value of architecture school?
Re-evaluating the architectural curriculum to better inform the profession.
A Mumbai Master Plan
Envisioning a new masterplan for a 24-acre site in a northern suburb of the city.
Challenges in Creating Sustainable Cities
The New York Times Article Raises Fundamental Issues about How to Create Truly Livable and Sustainable Cities
Let there be “Light”
EHDD gives identity to the College of Arts & Sciences Building at Valparaiso University.
The Audacity of Architect Barbie
America, Meet Architect Barbie. That’s Ms. Barbie, AIA, to You.
EHDD’s Response to the “World Architecture Survey”
Vanity Fair Recently Polled Leading Critics, Deans of Architecture Schools, and Architects with Two Questions
EHDD Tours the San Francisco Dump
A small group of folks from the office attended a fantastic tour of the San Francisco dump.