San Francisco, CA—TEF Architecture and Design has hired Jennifer Tulley, AIA, as associate principal, announced TEF founder Doug Tom, FAIA.
Tulley has 25 years of professional experience. Prior to joining TEF, she worked for Richard Meier & Partners Architects and Helfand Myerberg Guggenheimer Architects in New York City before moving to San Francisco to found her own firm, Jennifer Tulley Architects (JTA). Tully’s team from JTA will be joining TEF as well.
Her portfolio includes institutional, commercial, and residential work. Recently completed projects include Princeville Capital Offices in San Francisco, LIOCO Wine Tasting Room and the Dailey Method Exercise Studio in Healdsburg, and the soon-to-be-completed Estonian Consulate in San Francisco. At TEF, she is currently working on programming and visioning for a new building at the San Francisco Friends School, projects for the Academy of Art University, and a multifamily housing project in St. Helena that she will be bringing from the JTA portfolio.
She is currently on the board of directors of Convent & Stuart Hall, an independent K-12 school in San Francisco, and has served as a trustee and chair of Gateway Public Schools in San Francisco. She received her master of architecture from the University of Virginia and her bachelor of science in architecture from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
About TEF Design
Established in 1997, the San Francisco–based architecture and interior design practice serves clients throughout the Bay Area and California. Its diverse portfolio, distinguished by local, state, and national awards, encompasses projects for education, civic/government, healthcare, housing, commercial, and corporate clients. Through authentic collaboration and a commitment to craftsmanship, performance, value, and sustainability, the firm’s staff of 45 creates enduring places where people come together to share ideas and build community.