On September 4th, 2018, SOM will lead a walking tour as part of the Architecture + the City Festival in San Francisco. The program, titled "Urban Design for the Future of the Public Realm," will include stops at various SOM-designed projects in the city.
350 Mission Street has won a 2018 Honor Award from the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI). The project was recognized for its innovative use of steel reinforced concrete to improve the structure's value, sustainability, appearance, and durability.
The April 2018 issue of A+U, a monthly English/Japanese language magazine about architecture and urbanism, features multiple SOM-designed projects and contributions from SOM architects and planners. The issue is titled "San Francisco Urban Transformations."
On September 22nd, 2017, SOM's San Francisco office will lead a walking tour as part of the 14th Annual Architecture + the City Festival. The tour centers on SOM-designed projects that reflect the theme of this year's festival, "Secret City."
The SOM Women's Initiative (SOMWI) hosted an event at the SOM-designed Alcoa Building (now known as One Maritime Plaza) in San Francisco on July 14th, 2017. The event offered new staff and interns the opportunity to learn about the work of SOMWI and to get to know company leadership.
On June 7th, 2017, SOM Consulting Design Partner Craig W. Hartman will speak at Innovation Conference West, an event hosted by Architectural Record. Hartman will discuss 350 Mission and the New United States Courthouse in Los Angeles.
Architectural photographer Lawrence Anderson documents his tour of 350 Mission, one of downtown San Francisco's newest high-rise buildings. Anderson highlights the striking, 50-foot-high lobby, which opens the space to the surrounding urban environment.
Architizer has announced four SOM projects as finalists for the 2017 Architizer A+ Awards. One of the most comprehensive awards programs in the world, the A+ Awards feature more than 100 distinct categories and represent projects from more than 100 countries.
The San Francisco Chronicle features 350 Mission as an ambitious and compelling addition to the city's skyline. The office tower's innovative design and structural engineering includes a street-level public space that aims to encourage social interaction.