Glance — "Ecologizing the Factory"

"Studio Gang Founding Principal Jeanne Gang and CCA President Stephen Beal discuss the intentionality behind—and the excitement ahead of—Double Ground, the concept that will physically unite all of CCA’s fine arts, architecture, design, and writing programs in San Francisco."

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Glance — "Ecologizing the Factory"

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San Francisco Chronicle — "Timber! SF’s next architectural trend could be eco-friendly buildings made of wood"

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"Touted by boosters as an eco-friendly alternative to concrete and steel, with a tactile warmth that theoretically makes for a more nurturing workplace, large buildings of structural timber have developed a cult following. . . The most visually striking of the projects will be the one at California College of the Arts."

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“San Francisco’s newest—and potentially most unusual—college campus will be designed by one of the nation’s most highly regarded architects.”