Jeremy Alden

With two decades of professional experience in architecture and urban design, Jeremy Alden wields an integrated knowledge of design and construction.  His work in the built environment encompasses signature residences, hospitality, and urban redevelopment projects.  He holds degrees from the University of Oregon and Pratt Institute.

Jeremy began his career in Denver, Colorado as an urban designer working to transform the city through redevelopment projects including The Commons, a 20-city block project, and the Gates Redevelopment, a transit-oriented redevelopment of historic factory buildings. 

Following graduate school, Jeremy moved to San Francisco to focus his talents within the field of architecture.  Noted projects are the Walt Disney Family Museum, San Carlos Medical Center, Cavallo Point and select residential projects.  Jeremy’s professionalism and integrity are key assets he employs when working with clients and contractors and he welcomes any opportunity to guide a project from concept to completion.

In addition to his work in architecture, educating the next generation is a priority.  He has taught at the University of Oregon and California College of Art.  His cutting-edge furniture design has graced the pages of the New York Times and Metropolis Magazine and is included in a permanent collection at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

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