The 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center was featured in the January issue of RETROFIT. The in-depth article features details about the unique collaborative design and construction process for the project, which included over 60 local subcontractors and designers with their time and materials donated in-kind or at cost, resulting in over 2 million dollars that will be spent on creating more free programs for children. You can read the entire article here.
Our Park Valencia project in San Jose is nearing completion and was featured in the San Jose Mercury News! The article, which was written by Sal Pizarro, highlights the playful chameleon sculptures, and details the program of the new park. Read, “San Jose: Santana Row’s Park Valencia gets a lizardy new look.”
INTERSTICE to host the fourth “SUMMIT TOUR” for the Dutch Design Architects Tour of San Francisco Architecture.
INTERSTICE to be featured in the AIA Small Firms, Great Projects exhibit.
INTERSTICE’s latest completed project, 1333 Minna Street Dream Workshop, is selected as the headquarters for the “Architecture and the City” Home Tours!
INTERSTICE creates LAWN:board for CELEBRATE: Ground Swell Exhibit and Auction in support of the A+D Architecture & Design Museum in La.
INTERSTICE moves its offices to 1173 Sutter Street – refurbishing a contemporary art gallery in the heart of the “Tender-Nob” between Polk and Larkin.
IA won two ALSA awards at the Northern California Chapter ceremony for the landscape of the Rehabilitation Center at El Camino Hospital and the landscape for the University of San Francisco’s Center for Science and Innovation.
IA is pleased to announce the completion of their landscape design for the University of San Francisco.
INTERSTICE hosted the “SUMMIT TOUR” for a renowned group of Dutch Design Architects while they were on tour of the Bay Area.