San Francisco—Kuth Ranieri Architects has promoted Rob Marcalow and Juno Song to associates, announced Byron Kuth, FAIA, managing principal of the firm.
Rob Marcalow joined Kuth Ranieri in 2018 and is the firm’s East Coast studio director in Franklin, Massachusetts. His experience with the firm includes the Fountaingrove Residence in Santa Rosa, California; Palcare Daycare Center in Burlingame, California; and the San Francisco Airport International Terminal A Restroom Renovation. His current projects include the Eastham Harbormaster Building in Eastham, Massachusetts; the Franklin Food Pantry in Franklin, Massachusetts; a mixed-use commercial development in downtown Franklin, Massachusetts; and several residences. Marcalow received his master of architecture degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2014 and his bachelor of art in environmental design from Pitzer College in 2010.
Juno Song joined Kuth Ranieri in 2015. His experience with the firm includes multiple projects at the San Francisco International Airport, including the Big Room, Harvey Milk Terminal 1C, International Terminal Building Phase 1, and the Employee Café at Terminal 1. His current work includes a private residence in Napa Valley and ongoing projects at Terminal 1C. He received his master of architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2012 and his bachelor of science in architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2009.
About Kuth Ranieri Architects
Kuth Ranieri Architects was founded in 1990. The firm has produced a broad spectrum of projects, from small-scaled objects and museum installations to buildings and urban planning proposals. Recently completed projects include the Randall Museum Renovation (with Pfau Long Architecture), SFO Terminal 1 Center (with Gensler) and the Golden State Warriors Chase Center Esplanade (with Gensler). Kuth Ranieri has earned a national reputation for innovative works that integrate current cultural discourse with contemporary issues of design, technology, and the environment.