Emerging Voices winner profile

Anderson Anderson Architecture

Anderson Anderson Architecture | Hot White Orange, Berkeley, CA. Image courtesy Anderson Anderson Architecture

The Architectural League’s annual Emerging Voices program spotlights North American architects, landscape architects, and urban designers who have significant bodies of realized work and the potential to influence their field.

Anderson Anderson Architecture won a 2007 award.

Mark Anderson and his brother Peter Anderson are design principals of Anderson Anderson Architecture of San Francisco and Seattle.

Anderson Anderson Architecture “focuses on new sustainable construction technology adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions” and is particularly noted for private homes, such as the Cantilever House in Granite Falls, WA; the Chameleon House in Northport, Michigan; and the Orchard House in Sebastopol, California.

Anderson Anderson Architecture represented the US at the 10th Venice Architectural Biennale and recently won the New Orleans Housing Competition, a competition for mixed-use urban housing. Widely published, the firm has won awards from the AIA and The American Wood Council, as well as the Progressive Architecture Award.

Mark Anderson is currently an assistant professor at University of California Berkeley.