Jonathan Gaber

Keeping in Tune with Design

Jonathan Gaber’s four decades in furniture design has helped shape not only his business, but also that of his clients’. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT...

The New Bay Urbia

Suburban mixed-use projects create live-work-play environments. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2015 By Naib Mian A new generation of young professionals is transforming the...

Architecture Firms Report Slight Dip in Billings, Multifamily Market Improving

By Nancy Amdur The multifamily housing market is showing signs of improvement after a slight slump last year, according to the latest Architecture Billings Index. But the leading index, which...
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Shedding Light on Title 24

Designers, architects navigating state’s building energy efficiency standards. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2015 By Nancy Amdur Since the California Energy Commission updated building...
Swivelfly, San Mateo, Tech, Office, Furniture, “furniture-as-a-service”, “FaaS”, San Francisco, Bay Area

Santa Clara Company Seeks to Make Tech Office Furnishing Painless

By Brett Goetschius A Santa Clara startup wants to ease the pain of other startups when it comes to outfitting their offices. Swivelfly is launching an online subscription furnishings service...
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Central SoMa Redevelopment a Waiting Game as City Planning is Delayed

By Dan Smith Representatives of four firms expected to ignite San Francisco's next hotspot for development gathered last month to talk about taking advantage of loosened height and density restrictions...

Bay Area Transit Systems Stake Plans on Increased Ridership and Growing Revenues

By Robert Carlsen Bay Area public transportation entities are gearing up for 2016 with fare increases and ambitious expansion plans to meet high, and growing, demand thanks to a surging...
Puget Sound, San Francisco, Bay Area, University Mechanical Contractors, Contracting Industry, Stratus, TigerStop

Construction Industry’s Optimism Declines with Uncertain Economy, Survey Finds

By Adam Steinhauer Construction executives are less optimistic about business conditions going into 2016 than they have been in three years, with a growing number concerned about the uncertain economy,...
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Made in the Bay Area

The growth of maker spaces in San Francisco finally reverses course. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2015 By Peter Pfau Yes, high rents are...

A Timeless Sense of Design

Four Bay Area women in architecture reflect on their work and the profession that defined them. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2015 By...