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The spiritual and physical center of this house is the egg shaped kitchen island, the distorted circle from which the house forks outwards toward its competing objectives.  This forking, seeking expansion is continually replayed in the form of the house and its components, from the Y shaped steel deck beams cantilevering out from above the egg, to the forked cedar column, to the freestanding kitchen cabinets surrounding the egg to the essential family relic Krumkake iron hung from a special hook on the steel column beside the egg, to the plan of the house itself and its forking, multifaceted attentions.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, physician 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.
Principals
Peter Anderson
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, story 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, more about 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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Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, pills 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, seek 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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Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, page 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.

PRINCIPALS:

Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, help 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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Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, dosage 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, pharmacy 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.

PRINCIPALS:

Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, hospital 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, erectile we have since grown into a diversely experienced architecture firm collaborating with many other general contractors, approved 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.

PRINCIPALS:

Peter Anderson:
Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. 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 America.
His design work has received numerous regional, national and international awards, and has been widely published in books and journals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia as well as in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. His design and construction technology work has been included in the PBS television series Future Quest, and featured on CNN and on NHK TV in Japan. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, are included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

Mark Anderson:
Mark Anderson has worked in the construction industry since high school as a construction worker, architect, and general contractor. In partnership with his brother, Peter Anderson, he has designed and built numerous residential and light commercial buildings and public art installation projects in the United States and Japan. He is currently involved in a number of research, design and construction projects in the U.S. and in Asia
He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
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2016 Special Mention, information pills Architizer A+ Design Awards, Architecture+Models, Anekona Project

2015 Special Recognition for Social Responsibility, AIASF , Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2015 Finalist, Architizer A+ Design Awards, Architecture+ Sustainability, Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2015 Finalist, Architizer A+ Design Awards, Architecture+ Educational: Primary & High Schools, Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2014 American School & University Architectural Portfolio, Citation Award, for Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2014 Modular Building Institute Design Awards, Best of Show, Green Building Design, for Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2014 Modular Building Institute Design Awards, Honorable Mention, Green Building Design, for Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2014 Modular Building Institute Design Awards, Honorable Mention, Relocatable Modular: Education Under 2,000 SF, for Energy Positive Portable Classroom

2012 Award of Distinction, from the Modular Building Institute, to Anderson Anderson Architecture for the design of the Tufts University Student Information Systems Building, Medford, MA

2011 Holcim Awards Acknowledgement Prize for North America, International Sustainable Architecture Award by the Holcim Foundation Zurich, for The Zero Energy Modular Classroom Prototype, Honolulu, HI

2011 American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, Honor Award for Lips Tower, urban water catchment and filtration, Solar Energy Production Infrastructure

2011 Modular Building Institute Design Awards, Sustainable Design Category, for Harvard Yard Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA

2011 Modular Building Institute Design Awards, People’s Choice Award, for Harvard Yard Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA

2011 Exhibition of School Architecture Certificate Award, National School Board Association and American Institute of Architects, for Harvard Yard Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA

2010 Boston Society of Architects, Honorable Mention for Construction Innovation and Sustainability, Harvard Yard Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA

2010 Mark Anderson elected to American Institute of Architects College of Fellows

2010 Earth Awards/Prince Charles’ Charities Invitation for Exhibition at Marlboro House, London, Sponge Comb Levee System (declined as the work was already scheduled for exhibition at Hamburg Museum of Art and Industry)

2010 AIA San Francisco Design Awards, Merit Award for Energy and Sustainability, Harvard Yard Childcare Center, Cambridge, MA

2009 AIA California Council Awards for Architecture, Honor Award in the Small Project Award category for Texas Prairie Hopper.

2009 Finalist, Danish Index Award for Design Serving Community, Copenhagen, for Alluvial Sponge Comb.

2009 CAE Educational Facility Design Award, Citation Award in “Unbuilt” category for Zero Energy Modular Classroom. Honored at AIA 2009 National Convention in San Francisco on May 2, 2009..

2009 AIA Honolulu Awards for Excellence in Architecture, Merit Award in the “Unbuilt” category for the BHAW Zero-Energy Modular Classroom.

2009 American Institute of Architects/TAP National Building Information Modeling (BIM) Award, Honorable Mention for Autodesk Gallery at One Market, san Francisco

2009 Association of Briefing Program Managers (ABPM) Award, “Best New or Renovated Center,” for Autodesk Gallery and Customer Briefing Center.

2009 National School Boards Association Award for “Zero-Energy Classroom”

2009 International Interior Design Association, Northern California Honor Award in Sustainable Design for Autodesk Customer Briefing Center.

2009 Off Grid 2.0 Ideas Competition, Merit Award for “Tower of Poppies.”

2008 Energy Positive Portable Classroom – Winner of “Silver” Spark Design Award

2008 Sponge Comb Mobile Flood Barrier – Winner of “Gold” Spark Design Award

2007 Zumtobel Group Award for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment – Honorable Mention,   for Alluvial Sponge Comb

2007 AIA San Francisco Honor Award – CamelBackShotGunSpongeComb Housing for New Orleans

2006 AIA California Merit Award – Orchard House, California

2006 High-Density on the High-Ground  – New Orleans Housing Competition Winner

2006 AIA San Francisco Honor Award – Chameleon House, Michigan

2006 AIA San Francisco Merit Award – Arboretum of the Cascades, Washington

2006 AIA San Francisco Citation Award – Organic Urban Living Field, Virginia

2006 ACSA Faculty Design Honor Award – Chameleon House, Michigan

2006 Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award – Arboretum of the Cascades, Washington

2006 Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award – Wurster Workshop, California

2005  Urban Habitats Competition – Finalist Housing Project for Habitat for Humanity, Virginia

2005 AIA California East Bay Award Citation – Chameleon House, Michigan

2005 AIA California East Bay Award Citation – Orchard House, California

2005 Boston Society of Architects Design Award – Wurster Workshop Shop Addition to UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, California

2002 AIA Seattle Award for Unbuilt Architecture – Judson College Library, Chicago, IL

2001 Progressive Architecture (PA) Award – Detroit East Side Community Pavilion

1998 AIA Seattle Award for Conceptual Architecture – “Trains in the City”

1997 AIA Seattle Award for Conceptual Architecture

1996 Southwest Washington AIA Honor Award – Prairie Ladder

1996 Southwest Washington AIA Award of Merit – Ess, Ell, and Shinohara Projects

1996 Seattle/Washington State AIA Conceptual Architecture Award – Kansai National Science Library

1996 Northwest and Pacific Region AIA Award of Merit – Affordable Prefabrication Prototype

1995 Sunset/AIA Western Home Awards – Special Award for Affordable Architecture

1995 American Wood Council, Wood Design Award, Affordable Prefabricated House Prototype

1995 Seattle/Washington State AIA Conceptual Architecture Award – Anchorage Urban Reconceptualization Project

1995 Southwest Washington AIA Honor Award – Courtyard Residence

1995 Southwest Washington AIA Award of Merit – Sullivan Residence

1994 Southwest Washington AIA Honor Award – Prefabricated Prototype

1994 Southwest Washington AIA Honor Award – Johnson Residence