RMW Welcomes Director of Interiors - Hakee Chang

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, February 1, 2018 – RMW architecture & interiors is pleased to welcome our new Director of Interiors, award-winning interior designer, Hakee Chang CID, LEED AP. Following extensive experience in London, New York, and the Bay Area, Hakee […]

Westlake Urban Headquarters Remodel

RMW recognizes the unique physical and cultural characteristics of each place and seeks innovative solutions that enhance those qualities. We value the opportunity to support Westlake Urban’s mission through the transformation of their San Mateo headquarters. The Registry featured project, will […]

RMW’s Winning Design - SJMA Pop Up Art Studio

The winning design project for SJMA’s invitational competition is now under construction. The Museum invited nine area design and architectural firms to submit proposals for a “pop-up” installation in the Museum, with the challenge to enhance the community education and outreach goals. RMW’s […]

Architect 004, Glenn Bauer, Retires.

San Francisco, CA. January 19, 2018 – After 46 years with the 47-year-old firm, employee number 004, AIA Fellow, and RMW Principal Glenn Bauer announced his retirement on October 12, 2017. Glenn joined RMW in 1971 and was elected Principal […]

Amazon’s Landlord Prologis Transforms Oakland Army Base

Featured in this Forbes Magazine article, Prologis Global Trade & Logistics Center Northeast Gateway is the first in the three phased world class integrated intermodal hub, and sits on the 330-acre former Oakland Army Base adjacent to the Port of Oakland. […]

Karen Letteney, 20 Years in Architecture & Interiors

Please join us in congratulating Karen Letteney on her 20th anniversary. Karen joined RMW architecture & interiors in 1997, was named an associate in 2000, and became San Francisco Studio Director of Interiors in 2008. A registered architect and LEED […]

Sherry Carroll to Lead Client Relations at RMW San Jose

“The perfect synergy of a design leader representing client-focused relationships, driving business development.”

Spotlight on Stephen Guest - Sacramento Business Journal

Beyond the engineering of its structure, Ice Block 1’s raw timber clad office spaces with clear glass windows, in the city of trees, create visual and material connections to nature that undoubtedly rival the best Class-A office building’s biophilic strategy, […]

Ice Block 1 Topping Out Eclipse Sacramento

While Northern California paused to view the eclipse, Principal, Steve Guest and the Ice Block 1 design team celebrated the Topping Out of the engineered wood framed project. During his remarks, Steve spoke of the building’s physical timber connections in parallel […]

Palo Alto Network's New Class-A Office Campus

In 2011, when Menlo Equities took a chance on developing an office campus in Santa Clara without a signed tenant, the market called it a risk. That risk has paid off! RMW’s masterplan for THE CAMPUS AT 3333 prioritizes amenities & […]