Top Projects 2014: New Ukiah cancer center

Publisher: North Bay Business Journal
Project Mentioned: Ukiah Valley Medical Center

City by Design: An Architectural Perspective of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area

Publisher:Panache Partners
Project Mentioned:Medical Office Building 5

Small Firms, Great Projects 2008/2009

Publisher:AIA San Francisco
Projects Mentioned:The Sea Ranch House; Medical Office Building 5

San Francisco Business Times 2009 Bay Area Book of Lists

Publisher:San Francisco Business Times
Project Mentioned:Medical Office Building 5; Largest Construction Project, North Bay; 4th Largest Hospital Construction Project, Bay Area; 16th Largest Construction Project, Bay Area

Business Journal Q&A: Charles Ackerley on ‘evidence-based design’ in medical buildings

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Do not apologize, Mr. Gehry

Do not apologize, Mr. Gehry

I have always been indifferent to Frank Gehry's work.  While many of his pieces are seminal works, others seem to fall short, trying to hard.  Still, I have admired his…read more
Evolution…set back

Evolution…set back

While in the office of a colleague, I noticed a poster on the wall describing the Design and Construction process. After careful study, I asked why this was in her…read more


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Canary Trace

Canary Trace is a deep yellow trace paper used for study, sketching and exploring ideas. It is the love of study which architecture emerges.

UVMC | Ukiah Valley Medical Center Part I

UVMC | Ukiah Valley Medical Center Part II

UVMC | Ukiah Valley Medical Center Part III

KPDC1103 Part 1 | Kaiser Permanente Medical Office Building 5

Fargo | Masterplan for Mixed Use project, Fargo ND


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