How Technology is Changing Architecture

RMW principal Steve Guest addresses the question “How is technology changing architecture?” in this week’s issue of the Sacramento Business Journal, saying, “There is no greater influence on building design and office culture today than technology.” Guest gives the example of […]

RMW Welcomes New Staff in San Francisco and Sacramento

RMW architecture & interiors recently welcomed four new hires to the firm, an influx of talent that supports the firm’s architectural and interior design expertise. Vi Bracco joins as a Junior Architectural Designer at RMW’s San Francisco studio. A graduate […]

RMW Announces 2015 Associates Appointments

April 6, 2015 – RMW architecture & interiors is pleased to announce this year’s appointments to the position of Associate: Magdalena Karakova, Janet Merriman, Traci Vogel, and Kendra Wolf. A 65-person, client-centered design firm, RMW creates responsive environments that serve the needs of […]

435 Indio Way Featured In Architectural Record

435 Indio Way is featured in Architectural Record‘s March 2015 issue, which is themed around “innovations in glass.” The article, entitled “Dynamic Glass,” discusses the strategies that led to 435 Indio Way’s Zero Net Energy design, including a highly insulated […]

Glenn Bauer Elevated to American Institute of Architects College of Fellows

Glenn Bauer, FAIA, LEED AP, principal at RMW architecture & interiors, has been elevated to the prestigious American Institute of Architects College of Fellows by the 2015 Jury of Fellows. The Fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who […]

GreenBiz Names 435 Indio One of Five Game-Changing Green Buildings of 2014

GreenBiz magazine has named 435 Indio Way, Sunnyvale, one of the five “truly game-changing” green buildings of 2014. The article features buildings that “are game changers for green design because they are forward looking, going well beyond energy considerations to anticipate climate change […]

Building 74 at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Featured in Laboratory Design News

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Building 74 is featured in the latest issue of Laboratory Design News as an example of cost-effective, sustainable laboratory modernization. The article, “Adapting to platinum: A case study of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Earth Sciences Building,” is […]

RMW Announces New San Francisco Studio Hires

RMW architecture & interiors welcomes four new hires to our San Francisco Studio this month: Nnamdi Ihemelu, Associate AIA, joins RMW as a Junior Architectural Designer. Nnamdi spent the past three years working in Starbucks’ store design department. He was […]

In Memorium: Henry “Hank” Spangler III, Former RMW Model Artist

Henry “Hank” Spangler III, former RMW architecture & interiors model artist, passed away on October 15. Born and educated in Philadelphia, Hank spent his early adulthood in the Civil Rights Movement with Martin Luther King, exploring archeological sites in Central […]

TOMRA Sorting Solutions North American Headquarters Wins 2014 TCA Award

RMW architecture & interiors is proud to announce that its design for TOMRA Sorting Solutions‘ North American Headquarters has received a 2014 TCA Tilt-Up Achievement Award. The project was recognized for its innovative design strategies, which helped minimize the “big […]