Small Firms, Great Projects
Small Firms, Great Projects showcases the innovative and award-winning work of local architecture and design professionals. Open to architecture, landscape architecture and interior architecture firms with 19 or fewer employees, the program provides a venue for small firms to showcase their best work in a magazine publication, online and companion exhibition. View all 2014 Small Firms, Great Projects projects here.
View all Small Firms, Great Projects profiles online. Complimentary magazines are also available to pick up at AIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.
A Day In The Life Of An Architect
By Michelle Railsback
Michelle Railsback, Membership and Program Director at AIASF, reached out to three of the Chapter’s hardest working small firm owners in the hope that they would be able to shed light on the complexities, triumphs and inspirations that define their daily lives as architects in San Francisco. Read more.
How To Work With An Architect
By AIA San Francisco
Whether renovating your kitchen to create more open space, adding a room or floor to plan for expanding family needs, or designing your future dream home, working with an architect can help to increase the value of the house and the outcome of the process. Read more.
Seismic Technology: Poised to Shake Up Residential Design?
By Emi Stielstra + January Ruck
Advanced technology is all around us, touching many aspects of our lives. New structural systems are just one of the many technologies that can make our homes more comfortable, efficient, healthy and resilient to natural disasters. Yet few people in Northern California know resilient seismic systems are available as a sensible and attractive upgrade for single-family residences. Read more.
The Next Wave of Technology: Applications for the Home of the Future
By Karsen Maruca
Because so many of the professional and personal lives of San Franciscans are affected deeply by smart technologies it is only natural that smart technologies also be integrated into the very living spaces of the residents in the City by the Bay. Read more.