AIA Silicon Valley has honored Ken Hayes with its prestigious award for lifetime achievement.
Named after the prolific 20th-century Palo Alto architect to whom nearly 400 local buildings owe their design, the award recognizes outstanding achievement in a body of work produced over a period of ten years. The emphasis of the award is the quality of the body of architectural work, consistently designed, over the career of an architect.
Looking for a way to give back to your community, to engage with other like-minded people and to help build teams and leadership skills among staff – not to mention develop your carpentry and building skills. Working with the local affiliate of Rebuilding Together is a great way to do it all.
Nearly every community, if not all, in the San Francisco Bay Area have adopted development standards codifed in their municipal codes as site development regulations and guidelines, precise plans or specific plans. Typically drafted by a team of design consultants, city boards and community stakeholders, these development standards are viewed as the map or blueprint for the shape of the community’s built environment and vary from community to community.
Steelcase monthly magazine (360*) analyses how people work, live and use space. Can we do a case study, using this research, and applying it to an actionable project?
Exploring how apps/mobile devices have affected architecture profession. EX: VR, Morpholio, live sketching on images, etc.
Listen to firm founder Ken Hayes in conversation with Tom Dioro, host of the Architecture and Innovation podcast, as they discuss architectural style and the complex social, political, and economic dynamics that give form to the Bay Area’s urban fabric.