Blowfish, Bread and Beer
The San Mateo Public Library is Thriving at its 10 Year Anniversary
EHDD: Providing Design to the Stewards of “America’s Best Idea”
Homes & Escapes Designed by EHDD
Looking towards the future of our library spaces
Expo Milano 2015 to Design Milan Week 2016
Exploiting Opportunities in Retrofit Projects
What's next for Net Zero Energy?
How Age and Gender Effect the Path to Carbon Neutrality
"EHDD Makes" - A look at how EHDD cultivates design and creativity away from the desk
EHDD’s Phoebe Schenker reflects on her experience working with Ecoviva and The 1% Program
A Crazy Idea for a Crazy Time
Designing for Residential Towers for the 21st Century
Design inspiration has no borders
EHDD’s pro bono project at neighboring Mission High School
What does this accomplishment really mean?
The Presidio Exchange Concept
Land a Job after Architecture School
How Design Innovates Beyond Sustainability
Rethinking the Kala Nagar Traffic Junction
How Can Design Shape the Future for Children?
What Lessons Does a Medieval City Have to Offer for an Urban Design Junkie?
EHDD Teams with Nibbi for a Special Design Project
Fifteen Years of the Tenderloin Community School
5 Days, 150 Cyclists, 300 Miles: EHDD's Inspiring Journey Through California
The Event and The City
Australia and California Share the Same Values, Despite Being on Different Hemispheres
EHDD Joins the Urban Regeneration Movement
This Non-Profit Leads the Way with Net Zero Energy Next-Generation Workplace
Can design thinking spread beyong the design profession?
The struggle between nature and culture redefines a San Francisco landmark.
EHDD looks to the values of the past to reinforce our current sustainable initiatives.
BIM, the final frontier, or is it just the beginning?
Re-evaluating the architectural curriculum to better inform the profession.
Envisioning a new masterplan for a 24-acre site in a northern suburb of the city.
EHDD gives identity to the College of Arts & Sciences Building at Valparaiso University.
The New York Times Article Raises Fundamental Issues about How to Create Truly Livable and Sustainable Cities
America, Meet Architect Barbie. That’s Ms. Barbie, AIA, to You.
Vanity Fair Recently Polled Leading Critics, Deans of Architecture Schools, and Architects with Two Questions
Jennifer Devlin, Principal, reflects on her visit to China.
A small group of folks from the office attended a fantastic tour of the San Francisco dump.