Updated: Jan 10, 2021

Fillmore Turk awarded Community Challenge Grant, moves forward into construction!

TS studio's fillmore turk mini park went out to bid this week, after 6 years this project is finally headed for construction! It has been a remarkable process of working on this project with the community - thanks to Friends of the Fillmore Turk Mini Park, New Leadership Community Foundation, SF Beautiful and San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

The vision for this project was driven directly through community input of park users with a series of workshops, on-site data collection and community meetings starting in 2014. The park envisions an inclusive and active space supported through performances, chess tournaments and community driven events that bring people together.

Thanks to the grants and funding that has supported this project including Community Challenge Grant 2020 Winner, Community Opportunity Fund Grant Winner 2016, District 5 Supervisor's office, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

Updated: Jan 11, 2021

Public Art installation begins at 49 South Van Ness!

Public Art 'Rolling Reflections' by Sanaz Mazinani

A rainy reflective day at TS studio's public plaza in downtown San Francisco where Sanaz Mazinani's Art Sculptures began installation. Organic colorful forms began to fill the plaza inspired by the elevations and colors of the city - emblematic of San Francisco's vibrancy and diversity.

San Francisco's new office building by SOM Architects will house DBI, Planning Department and Public Works and other city agencies. A public private venture between San Francisco's Department of Real Estate and Related Development this project completed construction in Fall of 2020.

Updated: Jan 10, 2021

Modular supportive housing construction starts in Mission Bay

Mission Bay - San Francisco

141 units of modular supportive housing for formerly homeless begins construction in Mission Bay. We are thrilled to be a part of the team for this project with LMS Architects, CHP and Bridge Housing.


One block from the waterfront TS studio's design transforms a private courtyard into an urban park for residence. Cor-ten bridges link micro-spaces, community garden, a healing garden, lounge area, and dog trail. A large exterior terrace links to the interior community space with supportive services on the ground level with modular levels above. Adjacent the pedestrian alley, a public community garden connects formerly homeless with their neighbors. Located on land-fill and once part of the mission bay creek ecology, design invokes the feeling of walking along the historic waterfront as cor-ten bridges float over native bay ecology in bio-retention gardens that cleanse and remove urban contaminants.