Thom Mayne
U.S. Federal Office Building, San Francisco

Thom Mayne - U.S. Federal Office Building, San Francisco
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Main Feature - Thom Mayne
The Pritzker-prize winning architect Thom Mayne has been identified with muscular, bold, steel-and-glass design since the founding of his firm, Morphosis, in 1971. With the Federal Office Building in San…
Interview with Thom Mayne at Morphosis Office
The Pritzker-prize winning architect Thom Mayne has been identified with muscular, bold, steel-and-glass design since the founding of his firm, Morphosis, in 1971. With the Federal Office Building in San…
Interview with Maria Ciprazo, General Services Administration
The Pritzker-prize winning architect Thom Mayne has been identified with muscular, bold, steel-and-glass design since the founding of his firm, Morphosis, in 1971. With the Federal Office Building in San…

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