17 escuelas y organizaciones en Mountain View, CA
- P.O. Box 110400 CampbellCA95011
The NARI Silicon Valley chapter is part of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), a nation-wide, not-for-profit organization of remodeling professionals. Member businesses include general contractors, specialty contractors, design professionals, suppliers and affiliated service providers.
- 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600 San FranciscoCA94104
Serving the Bay Area for more than a century, the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, one of the largest of the AIA's nearly 300 chapters, represents more than 2,000 members in San Francisco and Marin County. Headquartered in the historic Hallidie Building—one of the world's first glass-curtain-wall-buildings, designed by Willis Polk and completed in 1917—AIA San Francisco is the Bay Area’s premier destination for architecture and design. As a resource for our members and the general public, AIA San Francisco strives to improve the quality of life in the Bay Area by promoting architecture and design. We further this goal through community involvement, education, advocacy, public outreach, member services, and professional excellence. Each month AIA San Francisco offers professional development and networking opportunities as well as public forums, tours, lectures, and gallery exhibitions that provide architects and design enthusiasts with many opportunities to explore the local built environment. Our annual Architecture and the City festival celebrates the richness and diversity of our local design community with programs throughout the city every September. In addition, our Marin and San Francisco Living: Home Tours series offers participants an inside look at cutting-edge residential architecture.
- 695 Minna Street San FranciscoCA94103
Architecture for Humanity is a nonprofit design services firm founded in 1999. For fifteen years, we have built places where over two million people live, learn, heal and gather. We channel the resources of the global funding community to meaningful projects that impact thousands of people in communities around the world. From conception to completion, we manage all aspects of the design and construction process. We engage all stakeholders in the design process and work with community groups, aid organizations, housing developers, government agencies, corporate divisions, and foundations. In our 15-year history, we've: - Built a network of thousands of architects and designers who give countless hours to those who need it most - Responded to catastrophic disasters and helped build homes, schools, clinics, community centers, and many more sustainable structures - Advocated for a shift in the design world to help millions of people living below the poverty line As we continue to grow, we ask you to join us in continuing to build a better, more resilient world. 15years.org
- 14000 Fruitvale Ave AAS BuildingSaratogaCA95070
We are the Interior Design Club at West Valley College in Saratoga, CA. We support the students, the faculty, and the industry through education, networking, philanthropy, and scholarships.
- San FranciscoCA94105
Create dynamic interiors through the use of innovative approaches to spatial organization, materials and lighting. If you’re willing to push boundaries, our faculty of industry experts will give you the space and support to do it.
- San JoseCA95113
The American Institute of Architects (AIA), founded over 150 years ago is the largest and most influential professional association for architects, interns and those directly involved with the practice of architecture in the world. Based in Washington D.C, the AIA has nearly 300 state and local chapters representing over 80,000 members. The American Institute of Architects, Santa Clara Valley Chapter (AIASCV) is a non-profit professional association serving over 600 member architects, associates and other industry professionals from over 145 firms. The Chapter, founded in 1950, is an action oriented, responsible organization, and one of the larger and more active chapters in the country, providing professional, social and legislative programs for it’s membership, many of which are open to the public.
- 1211 Folsom Street San FranciscoCA94103
Public Architecture began with the idea that designers could expand their impact on communities by more proactively engaging social issues, particularly in underserved populations. Public Architecture’s early efforts yielded an understanding that, in order to make a meaningful impact, design resources needed to be leveraged on a profession-wide scale. Since 2002, Public Architecture has developed methods for effectively working within the social sector and has spread awareness within the design profession about the benefits and best practices of proactive projects and pro bono service. Public Architecture’s design initiatives and The 1% program have become a significant part of a larger movement toward socially impactful design services. This has supported the growth of our network, catalized our ablility to attract funders, and helped us to build a marketable suite of knowledge and skills. Today, with support from foundations, corporations, and fee for service projects, Public Architecture is improving underserved communities by: > institutionalizing pro bono service within the design profession through The 1% program, an online platform for design firms to pledge a minimum of 1% of their billable hours to pro bono service. The 1% also connects design firms with nonprofits in need of design services to do pro bono projects together. > providing strategic design services to organizations and governments to solve complex, scalable problems in the built environment. > developing knowledge and methods for providing services to underserved communities. With the items laid out in the next pages, Public Architecture sets forth the vision and core strategy for how it will more effectively achieve its mission over the next three years. John Peterson Founder and President
Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. We revitalize neighborhoods, build affordable and sustainable housing solutions, and empower families through successful homeownership. Since 1986, we have partnered with volunteers, the community, and qualified families with limited incomes to strengthen communities in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara counties.
- 671 Oak Grove Avenue, Suite E Menlo ParkCA94025
ASID is a community of people driven by a common love for design and committed to the belief that interior design, as a service to people, is a powerful, multi-faceted profession that can positively change people’s lives.
- San FranciscoCA94127
The Contractors State License Board protects consumers by regulating the construction industry through policies that promote the health, safety, and general welfare of the public in matters relating to construction.
- San FranciscoCA94115
When someone uses a Home For A Home member to represent them in the purchase of a property, the agent donates a portion of their commission to fund the construction of a home for a family in need. Each home is individually funded and the agent receives information and photos of the family that they can share with their clients. The home is simple, yet solid. It includes a main living room, a bathroom with a shower and flushing toilet, a water filter system and high efficient wood burning stove. The homes are a huge improvement over the recipient family's previous structure. The families also receive follow-up training from home maintenance and sanitation to financial budgeting.
- San MateoCA94401
We are Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, representing architects in the San Francisco Bay Area peninsula, just between AIASF, and AIASCV, our sister chapters north and south.