We are proud to announce the publication of Industrial Interiors. Iron and Wood by David Andreu Bach from LOFT Publications, featuring our project Madison Square Garden Company. Excerpt from the book: ‘Industrial Interiors. Iron and Wood encompasses a period that produced the raw, functional aesthetic that has become the foundation… Read more

Mead Quinn, founder of Mead Quinn Design sat down with William Duff and Jim Westover to talk about designing with a sense of purpose, the importance of firm culture for a design practice and more for her design blog Haven. This is a summary of the interview by Mead Quin… Read more

Marin Magazine featured our project Kaiyo in their article Eat the Rainbow. Author Christina Mueller asked a round-up of restaurant designers how color and restaurant design influence the eating experience. This is a summary of the article: ‘Owner John Park with William Duff Architects and Roy Design chose a balance… Read more

Written by Neil Ginty, Architect and Sarah Mergy The City of South San Francisco identified a need for an underserved community and found a solution within a vacant bank building and an architect who shared the vision. Where it all began: The Economic Advancement Center (EAC) was born out of… Read more

We are pleased to announce the promotions of Parvathy Nair, Anastasia Bespalova and Dustin Foster to Associate. As associates, they will play key roles in the development of firm culture and future leadership. Additionally, Parvathy has been promoted from Job Captain to Project Architect. Parvathy Nair, RA contributes her strong… Read more

Hospitality Snapshots featured three of our hospitality projects this summer. From airport lounges to rooftop bars to micro-food halls these projects share in common our passion for design and collaboration. Here’s a summary of each feature:   Kaiyo Rooftop “Design and atmosphere inspirations were drawn from the lush greenery setting… Read more

Metal Architecture featured William Duff in the article Designing with Metal Plates. More than a utilitarian material, William shares the design and structural benefits of using metal plates, and cautions. This is a summary of the article edited by Mark Robins of Metal Architecture. ‘”Because solid metal plates are durable… Read more

Written by Neil Ginty, Architect One of the truisms in design is that creativity loves constraints and a challenge. What happens, then, on an open landscape when those constraints are much less obvious?     A rural, untouched site presents the blankest of canvases on which an architect, together with… Read more

We are proud to announce that Kaiyo Rooftop has been selected as an award-winning project by the SF Design Week Award jury. Thank you to SF Design Week, our client and the talented design team and consultants who brought this rooftop oasis to life. We find it extremely rewarding to… Read more

We are proud to announce that the South San Francisco Economic Advancement Center project has been recognized with an SF Design Week Award for community projects.  Thank you to the SF Design Week jury, the Client Group and the talented design team and consultants who helped to make this project… Read more

We’re pleased to announce the promotion of Matthew Ahearn to Job Captain. In his new role, he’ll have more ownership over internal and external project coordination, building and planning code research analysis and compliance, and will have heightened responsibility for the content and quality of project drawings. “My WDA teammates… Read more