What We’re Thinking : reuse

Twitter, Mid-Market, and the Urban Tech Campus

Terry Kwik | , , , ,

Terry Kwik, Principal at RMW architecture & interiors, has spent a lot of time in San Francisco’s Mid-Market district over the past few years. That’s because Terry has been leading the design of the core and shell improvements to 1355 […]

Sustainable Laboratory Design: LBNL’s First LEED Platinum Lab

Stan Lew | , ,

When the first researchers moved into Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Building 74 in 1962, it was a fraction of the size it is today. It grew through six different increments through the 1990s. Each addition to the building was funded […]

Sneak Peek: Market Square and 1 Tenth

Dean Samuels | , , ,

Last Wednesday, RMW architecture & interiors’ San Francisco studio took a hard-hat tour of Market Square and 1 Tenth. Although RMW’s design team of Terry Kwik, Steve Worthington, Ron Aguila, Tom Tessier, Joe Pirrone, Darren Barboza, and Gloria Rasmussen has […]

Beyond Twitter

Terry Kwik | , , , ,

When Twitter signed a lease with Shorenstein Properties to take over 215,000 square feet of office space at the corner of Ninth and Market Streets, it was all over the headlines: by enacting a payroll tax exemption for the area, […]

The Tilt-Up’s Time Has Come

Jeff Leonhardt | , ,

Concrete tilt-up buildings get no respect. True, there are many examples of monotonous tilt-up architecture—nearly windowless horizontal structures that seem to stretch on forever with little or no modulation. But things are changing, and the humble tilt-up is a lot […]