Awards

  • 2017 Golden Nugget Award of Merit, Best Affordable Housing Community (100+ du/acre): Pacific Pointe Apartments

  • 2017 AIASF Design Awards, Special Commendation Award, Public Responsibility, 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center

  • 2017 ASLA NCC Chapter, Research, Planning, Analysis and Communication, Lower Polk Alleyways District Vision Plan

  • 2017 IIDA Northern California Chapter Awards, Merit Award, 826 Valencia

  • 2017 Contract Design Awards, Education, 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center

  • 2017 California Home and Design Awards, Commercial Efficiency, Minna Street DREAM:shop

  • 2016 Kirby Ward Fitzpatrick Award, The Architectural Foundation of San Francisco, Andrew Dunbar of INTERSTICE Architects, Minna Street DREAM:shop

  • 2016 Excellence in Architectural Design, New Hampshire Home Magazine, MOUNTAIN:house

  • 2016 Home of the Year, Honorable Mention, New Hampshire Home Magazine,  MOUNTAIN:house

  • 2015 Merit Award, AIACC Design Awards, Commercial, Minna Street DREAM:shop

  • 2015 Special Recognition, AIA SF, Urban Design, Sunset Parklet

  • 2014 Merit Award, ASLA NCC Awards, Design: Commercial and Institutional, Therapy Landscape for the Rehabilitation Center at El Camino Hospital.

  • 2014 Merit Award, ASLA NCC Awards, Commercial and Institutional, John Lo Schiavo, S.J. Center for Science and Innovation at USF.

  • 2013 Merit Award, ASLA NCC Awards, Research, Analysis, Planning and Communication, Bay Remediation Site: 1.

  • 2013 Merit Award, ASLA NCC Awards, Design: Residential, High Density and Mixed Use, Mission Meadow: Family Courtyard.

  • 2013 Merit Award, ASLA NCC Awards, Design: Parks, Recreation, Trails and Open Space, San Francisco Botanical Garden Paths.

  • 2012 Merit Award, AIACC Urban Design Awards, Bay Remediation Site: 1.

  • 2012 Citation Award, AIASF Design Awards, Unbuilt Projects, Bay Remediation Site: 1.

  • 2011 First Place, Green Dot Awards, Concept, Bay Remediation Site: 1.

  • 2011 First Place, Green Dot Awards, Product,GREENskin Facade.

  • 2011 Honorable Mention, Green Dot Awards, Architecture, Mission:House.

  • 2010 Merit Award, AIACC Design Awards, Small Projects, GREENskin Facade.

  • 2009 Special Jury Commendation, California Architectural Foundation, Agri-Structure/Eco-Structure.

  • 2006 Honor Award, ASLA NCC, Confluence Park Master Plan.

  • Second Stage Finalist in “Pleasanton, Bernal Central Park Design Competition”,  Confluence Park, 2004.

  • Finalist in “Threshold: A Place for Architecture”, International Competition, Montreal, “Recto Verso: Grounds for Difference”.

  • American Institute of Architects Graduate Studies Scholarship (Andrew Dunbar).

  • American Institute of Architects Certificate of Merit for Academic Excellence (Andrew Dunbar).

  • The Elisabeth Greenshields Foundation Award for painting and sculpture (Andrew Dunbar).

  • Hylcan Foundation Grant for Independent Exhibition (Andrew Dunbar).

  • O.A.Q; Bourse du College Des Presidents (Andrew Dunbar).

  • Hugh McLennan Travel Scholarship (Andrew Dunbar).

  • American Society of Landscape Architects Certificate of Merit for Academic Design Achievement (Zoee Astrachan).

  • Van Alen Travel Fellowship (Zoee Astrachan).

 

Exhibits 

  • “CELEBRATE:Groundswell” Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, 2014

  • “CELEBRATE:The Journey” Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, 2013

  • “Public Networks of Urban Access”, Urban Interstice Gallery, part of Architecture and the City Festival, San Francisco, September 2010.

  • “Agri-Structure/Eco-Structure”, Montery Design Conference, Monterey, CA, October 2009.

  • Park(ing) Day Installations 2006-2012, Temporary public installations in the Mission, SF; 2006 – Wetland Park(ing) – the Islais Creek, 2007 – Zen Bamboo Park(ing), 2008 – Hanging Native Habitat Park(ing), 2009 – Forest on Foot, 2010 – Haybale Construciton, 2011 – Parrrrrklet!, 2012 – Lighter than Air.

  • 2005 Exhibit of SF Prize Entires for Octavia Boulevard

 

Publications

Lectures

  • Monterey Design Conference Lecture, Featured Speakers, 2015

  • “West Coast Modern: the Minds Behind the Architecture, Interiors, and Design, Panel discussion at Dwell on Design Presentation, 2013

  • “The Useful Theory Project: A Design Salon,” Panel at SPUR, 2011

  • “City Works:  Archeological Investigations of the Living City” , Series of lectures accompanying exhibition relating conceptual framework of the investigation, by Andrew Dunbar.  Exhibition toured McGill University, University of Laval, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, Carleton University, 1991-92.