The Feldman Architecture team holds a shared belief that thoughtful, meaningful, and sustainable design should be accessible to all. Through our pro bono projects, we strive to share our work with underserved members of our community, drawing upon expertise honed through work with private clients for public benefit.
Feldman Architecture has committed to dedicating 1% of our collective time towards pro bono projects through a variety of efforts that connect design with those in need. Our pro bono projects have and will continue to expose our designers and architects to new teams, projects, and sectors, growing our network and enriching our practice.
Each year, our team commits to supplementing our pro bono design work with fundraising events that provide funds directly to a charitable organization in need- either through matching donations or our annual office party. Our team also engages in community service, delegating and empowering staff to be involved in giving back to organizations that are meaningful to them.
CUESA: envisioning a new deployable kitchen and classroom on the south side of the San Francisco Ferry Building.
Global Glimpse: designing the Global Glimpse Bay Area headquarters.
Illuminate: working with an interdisciplinary team of lighting designers, audio engineers, structural engineers, and SF parks and recreation to amplify and beautify the Spreckels Music Temple in celebration of Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary in 2020.
Playworks: engaging with the Playworks team on two office remodels, the most recent being a full building renovation.
SF Community Health Center: renovating the SFCHC office, improving staff and patient experience, and identifying long term goals for growth and expansion.