WRNS Studio is an architecture and planning firm that provides high-quality sustainable design for education, healthcare, transportation, civic and urban mixed-use.
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News About WRNS Studio
WRNS Studio Recognized by NIBS for Sonoma Academy's Janet Durgin Guild & Commons
WRNS Studio was recognized by the National Institute of Building Sciences with a Beyond Green High-Performance Building and Community Award.
San Francisco State University, Mashouf Wellness Center by WRNS Studio
WRNS Studio recently designed the Mashouf Wellness Center at San Francisco State University. Located on a prominent intersection at the edge of campus, the facility includes a mix of social, recreational, and competition spaces: a two-court gym, a large multi-purpose activities court (MAC), pools for…
WRNS Studio Wins AIA CC Leading Edge Design Award for Sonoma Academy's Janet Durgin Guild & Commons
WRNS Studio was honored with the 2018 American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) Design Award for their Sonoma Academy Janet Durgin Guild & Commons project.
WRNS Studio Wins AIA COTE Top Ten Award for Sonoma Academy's Janet Durgin Guild & Commons
WRNS Studio scooped an 2018 AIA COTE Award for Sonoma Academy's Janet Durgin Guild & Commons. Designed as part of a campus-wide expansion, the school utilizes a nature-and-human-centered design approach focused on active and passive systems that encourage environmental, social and community conscious…
Intuit Marine Way Building by WRNS Studio & Clive Wilkinson Architects
As Silicon Valley evolves to compete with growing innovation centers in walkable, networked areas, Intuit's new Marine Way Building (MWB)-the continuation of a larger update to their Mountain View campus-models a new kind of workplace design for the region.
Chico State Arts & Humanities Building by WRNS Studio
CSU, Chico's mission is to prepare students to assume responsibility in a democratic community and to be useful members of a global society.
Reimagining San Francisco's Boeddeker Park by WRNS Studio
San Francisco's Tenderloin is the City's densest neighborhood, and most of its residents live below the poverty line in small apartments without access to back yards or green space.
WRNS Studio Transforms 70's Era Tilt-Up into Net Positive Workplace
WRNS Studio was commissioned by Kevin Bates' Sharp Development to transform Pastoria, a low-slung, decades-old vacant warehouse located in Sunnyvale, Calif., into a net positive, design-forward workplace.
WRNS Studio Unveils The First Library in the U.S. to Achieve Net Zero Energy Building Certification
WRNS Studio recently unveiled the first library in the U.S. and the first school building in California to achieve Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) Certification from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI).
Mission Bay Block 27 Parking Structure by WRNS Studio
WRNS Studio has recently completed a dramatic multi-story parking structure in the heart of the city's Mission Bay redevelopment zone.