SF State University, George and Judy Marcus Hall for the Creative Arts
Programming, Concept Design, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documentation, Construction Administration
General Contractor: McCarthy Building Companies
Landscape: SWA Group
Lighting: Auerbach Glasow
Theatre: Auerbach Pollock Friedlander
Architectural Photography: Henrik Kam
The Creative Arts Building (CAB) was replaced in four phases, and the complex of four buildings are located on two adjacent sites. SFSU retained Mark Cavagnero Associates to conduct a Site and Program Confirmation Study prior to beginning Schematic Design. The Marcus Hall, Phase 1 occupies a portion of the Tapia Triangle site along with Phase 2 project as the new Center for Arts and Media (CAM).
The new building includes all of the BECA program as well as some interdisciplinary lecture space. The project is conceived as a flexible learning and production environment for teaching electronic media capture, editing and broadcast.
Chicago Athenaeum Museum, American Architecture Awards, Schools and Universities, 2022
Architecture MasterPrize Awards, Educational Buildings, 2022
Chicago Anthenaeum Museum, International Architecture Award, 2022
AIA ,San Francisco Architecture Citation Award, 2021
International Design Awards, 2021
Build Design Awards, 2021