Rebecca Sharkey, AIA, is promoted to Associate Principal
Buildings for learning--designed for evolution over time
Designs for visionary clients Exploratorium and Packard Foundation are Net Zero Energy exemplars.
Latest volume of case studies in ZNE design now available
EHDD Partners with Audio Experts Meyer Sound
The Exploratorium places firm amongst top winning sustainable firms in the nation
The David and Lucille Packard Foundation voted as best example of performance and design
Aquarium of the Pacific announces new EHDD designed expansion
A brilliant, gritty adaptive reuse project still at the forefront of interactive museum space.
Toledo Zoo’s Reimagined Aquarium, from AZA's Connect Magazine, November 2015
EHDD's leadership is growing
Aquarium master plan unanimously approved
EHDD wins big with four awards
Award recognizes projects that achieve a high standard of excellence in design, construction, economics, planning & management.
After 53 years Founding Principal Chuck Davis, FAIA has decided to retire.
Part 3: George Homsey, FAIA
EHDD-designed 330,000 SF campus has 1.5 acres of civic outdoor space and aims to be largest NZE museum
EHDD/Barcelon + Jang consolidates six disparate locations at central campus serving over 4,000 students.
How can you shape the Bay Area toward becoming a sustainable region?
Best-in-Class Buildings Scale Net-Zero Design
EHDD earns coveted spots (#2 in sustainability and #22 overall) on The ARCHITECT 50 list for 2012.
Visitor center offers scenic views along California Coastal Trail
Packard Foundation moves into NZE headquarters
Lands End Lookout and Golden Gate Bridge Round House buildings steward land by reducing impact.
The design firm on the forefront of sustainable design has seven significant projects opening in California over the coming months.
Both projects demonstrate a deftness in designing contextually.
India presents a unique opportunity for urban design and planning.
IDeAs Z2, Chartwell School and The David & Lucile Packard Foundation headquarters in The Registry's 5th Annual Green Issue.
Monterey Bay Aquarium received the 2011 25-Year Award from American Institute of Architects California Council.
EHDD ranks #4 in San Francisco 2011 Best Places to Work – the only architecture, interiors, planning and urban design firm on the list.
The new school is part of the efforts underway to rebuild the area after the destructive 2008 earthquake.