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Stacking Light Industrial in San Francisco

March 14, 2018


We are currently at work on a multi-level industrial building for the emerging economies and culture of San Francisco. Throughout the Bay Area, industrial buildings have uniquely evolved as civic places, sites for innovation, and social condensers. This project embraces a light industrial lineage and the diverse energies and communities of the Potrero Hill neighborhood [...]

eldo Receives Multiple International Awards

February 19, 2018


It has been an exciting awards season for el dorado. In late 2017, Architect Magazine selected 18 international projects that showcase the very best in residential design with their Residential Architect Design Awards. Out of hundreds of submissions, 18 projects were awarded, and el dorado won three. The Shelton Marshall Residence received a Citation for [...]

“The time is always right to do what is right”

January 15, 2018


Today would mark the 89th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and today we reflect on his legacy for nonviolent activism. Now, in the midst of a never ending mirage of “alternative facts” and discriminatory rhetoric (and policies), King’s ethos for resilience through resistance remain potently relevant—especially in the field of architecture.

#PleasureInfrastructure | Kaw River Bridge

December 19, 2017


Since its initial construction in the 1880s, the Kaw River Bridge served as essential infrastructure in the growth and expansion of Kansas City’s bi-state economy. In 1987, over 100 years since its construction, the City of Kansas City, Missouri acquired the title to the bridge, easements and related property near the former Kansas City Stockyards [...]

Ground-Breaking in Denver

December 5, 2017


Market Station in downtown Denver is starting to taking shape. The groundbreaking for this multi-family, city block scale development will implement our design that is simultaneously highly site responsive and innovative in its architectural detailing and approach to masonry.