National City Aquatic Center Awarded Coveted Orchid

The San Diego Architectural Foundation has awarded a 2017 Orchid for Architecture to the National City Aquatic Center as part of their Orchids & Onions awards program. Located on San Diego Bay’s Pepper Park shoreline, the center was designed to … Continued

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SRA up for 3 Orchids!

We are pleased to announce that 3 SRA projects are up for an Orchid award as part of the San Diego Architectural Foundation‘s Orchids & Onions program. The projects are the National City Aquatic Center, Merge CV and Block C. … Continued

Safdie Rabines Wins Design Competition for New Campus Community at UC San Diego

UC San Diego has selected winners of a design competition for the North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood, a 10-acre interdisciplinary environment blending academic, residential, commercial and cultural programming. The $608 million project realizes the university’s pioneering vision for … Continued

SRA is Hiring Experienced Project Managers

Updated 4/7/17 Safdie Rabines Architects is hiring Architectural Project Managers. Experience with high-density/mixed-use residential, and urban planning is desirable. Qualified candidates possess: A Bachelor or Masters Degree in Architecture from an accredited program 3-5 years of experience in multiple typologies Experience working closely … Continued

Mark Chien Awarded ASLA President’s Award

Safdie Rabines Architects’ Designer Mark Chien was awarded the ASLA San Diego Chapter President’s Student Design Award in the Parks and Recreation category for his thesis project, RE|COVER. The project had previously been awarded Woodbury’s Dean’s Choice Frankel Award for Best Degree … Continued

SRA Welcomes New Additions to Leadership Team

Safdie Rabines Architects is pleased to announce the advancement of Eric Lindebak and Scott Maas to Partners, in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to the firm, effective January, 2017. Founding Partners Taal Safdie and Ricardo Rabines, who established … Continued