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Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, capsule visit award-winning design firm with experience in a broad range of project types. Partners Mark Anderson and Peter Anderson started the firm as a design-build construction company in 1984. With a strong foundation in the practicalities of construction, we have since grown into a diversely experienced architecture firm collaborating with many other general contractors, manufacturers and construction professionals to provide clients with design excellence, high-quality execution, and experienced representation of the client’s interests throughout the construction process. Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with our clients and collaborators.

Close association with an experienced team of design, engineering, and construction associates provides a depth and range of expertise that has allowed us to accomplish many complex projects of varying scales with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

Anderson Anderson has built extensively in the Pacific Northwest, and has also completed numerous projects in other parts of the United States and in Japan. Best known for original, finely crafted modern homes personally developed for individual sites and clients, we also work with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate headquarters and retail projects, to churches and university buildings. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in the United States and Japan, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and affordable building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into various projects in furniture and product design, and in industry consulting on a variety of creative design, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues.

Our firm’s work has been widely published in the U.S., Asia and Europe, and recognized with numerous awards for its creativity in merging design excellence with cost-effective, high-quality execution. The work has been featured in numerous lectures and exhibitions, and in publications such as Architecture, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Sunset, Builder, Journal of Light Construction, and in numerous books and international publications. Our projects have also appeared in television specials on PBS, CNN and NHK Tokyo. Design honors have included awards the American Institute of Architects, The American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

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Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Peter Anderson has worked in the design and construction industries in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, with a tightly focused body of work and experience crossing disciplines from architect to construction worker, construction company president, new technology researcher, professor, program administrator, and frequent collaborator on multi-disciplinary public art, and technology projects.  With his brother, Mark Anderson, he is a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture in San Francisco and Seattle, an award-winning and widely published design practice recognized for its breadth of creative exploration as well as its innovative construction technology research in the U.S. and Japan. He is a founder and past president of Bay Pacific Construction, Incorporated, a research-driven firm that has constructed over one hundred projects in Washington State and Japan.

From 1997-2001 he established and directed the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, conducting research and teaching in the area of entrepreneurial, multi-disciplinary creativity in new construction technology applied to critical environmental issues in urban areas. He has frequently been invited to speak at universities and at international architecture and building construction conferences in the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and has been extensively involved in developing and presenting construction technology courses and seminars for design and construction professionals in Japan and The United States.

His design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology and affordable housing adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia, and has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a new book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A., French Language / Literature.

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Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Mark Anderson is a founding principal of Anderson Anderson Architecture. He has broad experience and technical expertise in building design and construction, as an architect, general contractor and construction craftsman. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and constructed numerous building projects in the United States and abroad—including residential, public and commercial commissions—and has also directed research projects and public art installations in the United States and Asia. He has lectured frequently in the U.S. and Asia on his design work and teaches design studios as well as seminars on creative design and fabrication technology as a member of the design faculty in the Architecture Department at the University of California, Berkeley. His design courses particularly focus on design imagination, artist collaboration, construction system prototyping, and infrastucture system design applied to sustainable environmental issues in urban areas.

Mark Anderson’s design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His architectural work has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including a suite of his drawings that was exhibited and purchased for the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a second book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication”, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007. His design work in sustainable urban infrastructure was selected for exhibition in the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2006. In 2004 Mark Anderson was named as a National Peer fellow of the federal Design Excellence Commission, and in 2010 he was made a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A. Asian History
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, healing award-winning design firm with experience in a broad range of project types. Partners Mark Anderson and Peter Anderson started the firm as a design-build construction company in 1984. With a strong foundation in the practicalities of construction, pilule we have since grown into a diversely experienced architecture firm collaborating with many other general contractors, mind manufacturers and construction professionals to provide clients with design excellence, high-quality execution, and experienced representation of the client’s interests throughout the construction process. Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with our clients and collaborators.

Close association with an experienced team of design, engineering, and construction associates provides a depth and range of expertise that has allowed us to accomplish many complex projects of varying scales with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

Anderson Anderson has built extensively in the Pacific Northwest, and has also completed numerous projects in other parts of the United States and in Japan. Best known for original, finely crafted modern homes personally developed for individual sites and clients, we also work with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate headquarters and retail projects, to churches and university buildings. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in the United States and Japan, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and affordable building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into various projects in furniture and product design, and in industry consulting on a variety of creative design, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues.

Our firm’s work has been widely published in the U.S., Asia and Europe, and recognized with numerous awards for its creativity in merging design excellence with cost-effective, high-quality execution. The work has been featured in numerous lectures and exhibitions, and in publications such as Architecture, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Sunset, Builder, Journal of Light Construction, and in numerous books and international publications. Our projects have also appeared in television specials on PBS, CNN and NHK Tokyo. Design honors have included awards the American Institute of Architects, The American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

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Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Peter Anderson has worked in the design and construction industries in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, with a tightly focused body of work and experience crossing disciplines from architect to construction worker, construction company president, new technology researcher, professor, program administrator, and frequent collaborator on multi-disciplinary public art, and technology projects.  With his brother, Mark Anderson, he is a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture in San Francisco and Seattle, an award-winning and widely published design practice recognized for its breadth of creative exploration as well as its innovative construction technology research in the U.S. and Japan. He is a founder and past president of Bay Pacific Construction, Incorporated, a research-driven firm that has constructed over one hundred projects in Washington State and Japan.

From 1997-2001 he established and directed the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, conducting research and teaching in the area of entrepreneurial, multi-disciplinary creativity in new construction technology applied to critical environmental issues in urban areas. He has frequently been invited to speak at universities and at international architecture and building construction conferences in the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and has been extensively involved in developing and presenting construction technology courses and seminars for design and construction professionals in Japan and The United States.

His design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology and affordable housing adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia, and has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a new book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A., French Language / Literature.

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Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Mark Anderson is a founding principal of Anderson Anderson Architecture. He has broad experience and technical expertise in building design and construction, as an architect, general contractor and construction craftsman. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and constructed numerous building projects in the United States and abroad—including residential, public and commercial commissions—and has also directed research projects and public art installations in the United States and Asia. He has lectured frequently in the U.S. and Asia on his design work and teaches design studios as well as seminars on creative design and fabrication technology as a member of the design faculty in the Architecture Department at the University of California, Berkeley. His design courses particularly focus on design imagination, artist collaboration, construction system prototyping, and infrastucture system design applied to sustainable environmental issues in urban areas.

Mark Anderson’s design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His architectural work has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including a suite of his drawings that was exhibited and purchased for the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a second book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication”, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007. His design work in sustainable urban infrastructure was selected for exhibition in the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2006. In 2004 Mark Anderson was named as a National Peer fellow of the federal Design Excellence Commission, and in 2010 he was made a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A. Asian History

ASSOCIATES

Chris Campbell R.A
Associate – design production, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Chris is a project manager and designer with Anderson Anderson Architecture where he has contributed on numerous design projects, including educational, institutional, commercial and residential buildings.  Chris studied Architecture during his undergraduate education at the University of Washington where he spent a summer studying modern architecture in Scandinavia, and was awarded the “Scholarship and Design Award” for top studio rank.  Chris received his Masters of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he focused his thesis on designing prefabricated climate research centers that use parametric modeling and simulation tools to adapt designs to different sites and environments.  Prior to joining Anderson Anderson Architecture Chris gained experience in commercial and residential architecture in Boston, France and Norway.

Education:
2007     Harvard University, Graduate School of Design,  M.Arch
2002     University Of Washington, B.Arch

Johnson Tang
Associate – management, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Johnson Tang is a project manager and designer with Anderson Anderson Architecture, in San Francisco.  Johnson has particular experience in Modular Building design.  As project manager on the recent Energy Neutral Modular Buildings for Temporary Educational Facilities Statewide in Hawaii, Johnson has coordinated a comprehensive design/ build proposal, working with contractors, manufacturers, engineers and consultants, within a tight-timeline.

A graduate of California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo (CalPoly), where he was honored with design awards, Johnson has additional experience in residential and mixed-use commercial projects, working for architecture firms in Sacramento and San Francisco prior to joining Anderson Anderson in San Francisco. Johnson has a particular interest in Prefab Modular architecture, technology innovation, furniture design, cutting-edge design, and modeling.

Education:
2007  California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, B. Arch

Yevgeniy Ossipov, LEED AP
Associate – construction, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Yevgeniy Ossipov is an Associate and Project Manager at Anderson Anderson Architecture in San Francisco.  He has worked with Anderson Anderson Architecture for several years, having contributed to prefabricated fast-track design-build projects including the Texas Prairie Hopper re-locatable viewing pavilion and the Modular Energy-Neutral Portable Classroom Prototype for Hawai’i.  Yevgeniy has extensive experience in BIM modeling and digital prefabrication technologies, with particular focus on residential prefabricated construction, industrial design prototyping, and increasing efficiencies in sustainable construction practices.  Yevgeniy was born in Odessa, Ukraine and was raised in California with a strong curricular emphasis on art, design, and fabrication with professional experience in fine woodworking and furniture design and fabrication.

Education:
2008    University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design, B.Arch
February 6, nurse 2013 – 6:00pm to 7:30pm – Georgia Tech Lecture
http://www.arts.gatech.edu/content/school-architecture-lecture-series-anderson-and-anderson

November 30, 2012 – B House featured in dezeen.com
http://www.dezeen.com/2012/11/30/b-house-in-shimasaki-by-anderson-anderson-architecture/

September 09, 2012 – Abiqui house featured in Trendir.com
http://www.trendir.com/house-design/new-mexico-architecture-with-industrial-chic-style.html#more

October 28, 2011 – Holcim Award links:

This is the link to our page on the official website:
http://www.holcimfoundation.org/T1384/A11NAacUShi.htm

And the overall announcement of the North America winners is here:
http://www.holcimfoundation.org/T1379/North_America.htm

“People-Focused Designs at the Heart of Sustainable Construction” on PR Newswire:
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/people-focused-designs-at-the-heart-of-sustainable-construction-132332648.html

ARCHITECT (the Magazine of the AIA):
http://www.architectmagazine.com/awards/third-international-holcim-awards-for-north-america-applaud-sustainability.aspx?printerfriendly=true

An article in Architectural Record here:
http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2011/10/Holcim-Award-Winners.asp

A nice article about the awards, (and rrather brief mention of OUR project) on Archinect:
http://archinect.com/news/gallery/25030111/17/regional-holcim-awards-winners-for-north-america-announced-in-washington-dc

October 24, 2011 – Anderson Anderson Architecture receives Holcim Awards Acknowledgement Prize 2011 North America for Energy Neutral Portable Classroom.
http://www.holcimfoundation.org/T1384/A11NAacUShi.htm

April 28, 2011 – Anderson Anderson Architecture awarded USGBC Massachusetts Chapter Sustainability Award for Harvard Yard Child Care Center:

April 15, 2011 – Anderson Anderson Architecture awarded AIA San Francisco Unbuilt Design Honor Award for Lips Tower:

April 11, 2011 – Tufts project breaks ground:
http://www.tuftsdaily.com/what-s-being-built-construction-continues-on-sis-building-1.2533517

April 5, 2011 – Anderson Anderson Architecture and Triumph Modular win Modular Building Institute Award of Distinction for Harvard Yard Child Care Center in the Green Building
Design category:
http://www.modular.org/Awards/AwardEntryDetail.aspx?awardentryid=817

Anderson Anderson has entered the spongecombs in an online competition to be decided by public vote.  View entries and vote here:
http://www.cloudscap.es/node/242

September 20, 2010 through November 07, 2010 –  Anderson Anderson Architecture work on display at Waterworks Exhibition at Boston Architectural College.
October 20, 2010 at 6pm – Lecture by Peter Anderson and Mark Anderson at Boston Architecture College.

Boston Architectural College
320 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115
http://www.the-bac.edu/x3243.xml

August 4, 2010 – Harvard Yard Child Care Center video:
http://www.youtube.com/triumphmodular

April 20, 2010 – Harvard Yard Child Care Center is the featured Building of the Week on american-architects.com
http://www.american-architects.com/index.php?seite=usa_bdw_aktuell_us

April 15, 2010 – See The Orchard House in Arch Daily
http://www.archdaily.com/56625/orchard-house-anderson-anderson-architecture/

April 13, 2010 – Article on parametric design by Mark Anderson featuring the Autodesk Gallery published in arcCA 10.1
See the Orchard House on Dwell.com (and thank you for all the great comments!)
http://www.dwell.com/articles/fertile-grounds.html

March 15, 2010 – Lecture at Tongji University Department of Architecture, Shanghai

February 24, 2010 – Lecture at University of Texas, Arlington, School of Architecture Room 204, 4:00 PM – “Flower Tower of Power”

December 15, 2009 – The Harvard University Office for Sustainability has a new article about the recently completed Harvard Yard Child Care Center.  See it here:
http://green.harvard.edu/green-building

December 2, 2009 – Open House: Harvard Yard Child Care Center, 27 Francis Avenue, Cambrigde, MA
Come anytime between 9am and 5pm – team members will be on hand to answer questions.
At 11am, 1pm and 3pm, Cliff Cort of Triumph Modular and Peter Anderson and Mark Anderson of Anderson Anderson Architecture will talk about their innovative temporary building.

November 23, 2009 – Lecture at University of Utah
AIA California Council Honor Award for Prairie Hopper

September 2009 – Awarded contract for the State of Hawaii Department of Education’s Energy Neutral Modular Classroom

June 2009 – AIA Honolulu Design Awards – Unbuilt Award for Energy Neutral Modular Classroom

Nomination for Danish Index Award

AIA national award for IPD/BIM, Autodesk Gallery at One Market
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, sildenafil award-winning design firm with experience in a broad range of project types. Partners Mark Anderson and Peter Anderson started the firm as a design-build construction company in 1984. With a strong foundation in the practicalities of construction, we have since grown into a diversely experienced architecture firm collaborating with many other general contractors, manufacturers and construction professionals to provide clients with design excellence, high-quality execution, and experienced representation of the client’s interests throughout the construction process. Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with our clients and collaborators.

Close association with an experienced team of design, engineering, and construction associates provides a depth and range of expertise that has allowed us to accomplish many complex projects of varying scales with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

Anderson Anderson has built extensively in the Pacific Northwest, and has also completed numerous projects in other parts of the United States and in Japan. Best known for original, finely crafted modern homes personally developed for individual sites and clients, we also work with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate headquarters and retail projects, to churches and university buildings. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in the United States and Japan, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and affordable building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into various projects in furniture and product design, and in industry consulting on a variety of creative design, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues.

Our firm’s work has been widely published in the U.S., Asia and Europe, and recognized with numerous awards for its creativity in merging design excellence with cost-effective, high-quality execution. The work has been featured in numerous lectures and exhibitions, and in publications such as Architecture, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Sunset, Builder, Journal of Light Construction, and in numerous books and international publications. Our projects have also appeared in television specials on PBS, CNN and NHK Tokyo. Design honors have included awards the American Institute of Architects, The American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

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Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Peter Anderson has worked in the design and construction industries in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, with a tightly focused body of work and experience crossing disciplines from architect to construction worker, construction company president, new technology researcher, professor, program administrator, and frequent collaborator on multi-disciplinary public art, and technology projects.  With his brother, Mark Anderson, he is a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture in San Francisco and Seattle, an award-winning and widely published design practice recognized for its breadth of creative exploration as well as its innovative construction technology research in the U.S. and Japan. He is a founder and past president of Bay Pacific Construction, Incorporated, a research-driven firm that has constructed over one hundred projects in Washington State and Japan.

From 1997-2001 he established and directed the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, conducting research and teaching in the area of entrepreneurial, multi-disciplinary creativity in new construction technology applied to critical environmental issues in urban areas. He has frequently been invited to speak at universities and at international architecture and building construction conferences in the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and has been extensively involved in developing and presenting construction technology courses and seminars for design and construction professionals in Japan and The United States.

His design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology and affordable housing adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia, and has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a new book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A., French Language / Literature.

Mark Anderson FAIA:
Principal, Anderson Anderson Architecture and Bay Pacific Construction

Mark Anderson is a founding principal of Anderson Anderson Architecture. He has broad experience and technical expertise in building design and construction, as an architect, general contractor and construction craftsman. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and constructed numerous building projects in the United States and abroad—including residential, public and commercial commissions—and has also directed research projects and public art installations in the United States and Asia. He has lectured frequently in the U.S. and Asia on his design work and teaches design studios as well as seminars on creative design and fabrication technology as a member of the design faculty in the Architecture Department at the University of California, Berkeley. His design courses particularly focus on design imagination, artist collaboration, construction system prototyping, and infrastucture system design applied to sustainable environmental issues in urban areas.

Mark Anderson’s design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His architectural work has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including a suite of his drawings that was exhibited and purchased for the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a second book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication”, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007. His design work in sustainable urban infrastructure was selected for exhibition in the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2006. In 2004 Mark Anderson was named as a National Peer fellow of the federal Design Excellence Commission, and in 2010 he was made a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Education:
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, M.Arch.
Pacific Lutheran University, B.A. Asian History

ASSOCIATES:

Chris Campbell R.A
Associate – design production, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Chris is a project manager and designer with Anderson Anderson Architecture where he has contributed on numerous design projects, including educational, institutional, commercial and residential buildings.  Chris studied Architecture during his undergraduate education at the University of Washington where he spent a summer studying modern architecture in Scandinavia, and was awarded the “Scholarship and Design Award” for top studio rank.  Chris received his Masters of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he focused his thesis on designing prefabricated climate research centers that use parametric modeling and simulation tools to adapt designs to different sites and environments.  Prior to joining Anderson Anderson Architecture Chris gained experience in commercial and residential architecture in Boston, France and Norway.

Education:
2007     Harvard University, Graduate School of Design,  M.Arch
2002     University Of Washington, B.Arch

Johnson Tang
Associate – management, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Johnson Tang is a project manager and designer with Anderson Anderson Architecture, in San Francisco.  Johnson has particular experience in Modular Building design.  As project manager on the recent Energy Neutral Modular Buildings for Temporary Educational Facilities Statewide in Hawaii, Johnson has coordinated a comprehensive design/ build proposal, working with contractors, manufacturers, engineers and consultants, within a tight-timeline.

A graduate of California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo (CalPoly), where he was honored with design awards, Johnson has additional experience in residential and mixed-use commercial projects, working for architecture firms in Sacramento and San Francisco prior to joining Anderson Anderson in San Francisco. Johnson has a particular interest in Prefab Modular architecture, technology innovation, furniture design, cutting-edge design, and modeling.

Education:
2007  California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, B. Arch

Yevgeniy Ossipov, LEED AP
Associate – construction, Anderson Anderson Architecture

Yevgeniy Ossipov is an Associate and Project Manager at Anderson Anderson Architecture in San Francisco.  He has worked with Anderson Anderson Architecture for several years, having contributed to prefabricated fast-track design-build projects including the Texas Prairie Hopper re-locatable viewing pavilion and the Modular Energy-Neutral Portable Classroom Prototype for Hawai’i.  Yevgeniy has extensive experience in BIM modeling and digital prefabrication technologies, with particular focus on residential prefabricated construction, industrial design prototyping, and increasing efficiencies in sustainable construction practices.  Yevgeniy was born in Odessa, Ukraine and was raised in California with a strong curricular emphasis on art, design, and fabrication with professional experience in fine woodworking and furniture design and fabrication.

Education:
2008    University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design, B.Arch

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Project Participants:

University of Oregon

Oregon College of Arts and Crafts

Anderson Anderson Architecture

BurnBox is a  permanent pavilion at Oregon College of Arts & Crafts campus designed and built by University of Oregon and OCAC students, with the guidance of Anderson Anderson Architecture, in the Fall of 2011.

Project description written by students:

The BurnBox is a 10′ x 20′ wooden object built of 4×4 Doug. Fir posts, 1/2″ threaded rods, nuts and washers.  The wood is finished using the ancient Japanese wood charring technique of shou-sugi-ban.  Shou-sugi-ban preserves the Doug. Fir and created the contrast between the interior and exterior of the structure.

The beaty of the BurnBox is the process of making stacked within it.  Each layer of the structure represents countless hours of labor intertwined with hours of discussion and problem solving.  The BurnBox aesthetically fits with the campus – the charred wood is similar in texture and color to the cedar shingles that side the existing buildings; the scale appropriately addresses the hill that the pavilion is built against.  But, more importantly, the process of making the pavilion is what places it so eloquently and appropriately in the landscape of the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts campus.  The visual imperfections and the handcraft bring the object to life and give it meaning on a campus that truly believes in the art of learning through making.  The joy lies in the imperfections the scattering of holes that were drilled too large, the gaps between the floor deck that are slightly wider than the others.  Is is the flaws that make some of the best experiences from the six weeks spent crafting the BurnBox.

Project presentation can be viewed here:

http://issuu.com/sethdunn/docs/ocac_monograph