Mar 2019

A fresh turn at KQED Headquarters

by Nick Buonfiglio
Photo by EHDD

“We want to peel up the facade and invite people in,” said Rebecca Sharkey, a principal at EHDD, the architects for the unusual makeover. “KQED told us from the start they want to make themselves more visible to the community and open up about what public media does.”

KQED’s Bay Area history is familiar to many, and we are lucky enough to work with architecture firm EHDD to help transform their current Mission District headquarters. Click the link below to read the San Francisco Chronical’s feature on KQED’s latest transformation.

Major revamp to make KQED headquarters much more visible to public