Daily Motion (Người Việt năm Châu): Aedis Architects Office in Downtown San Jose
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East Side Union Celebrates Opening of New Overfelt Adult Education Building
Serving over 7,500 students in East San Jose, this critical community resource helps many adults acquire English language skills, high school diplomas and employment skills. The new two-story facility includes 18 classrooms, 2 computer labs, student lounge and administrative offices. It is located on the same site; it replaces the relocatable classrooms that were used for years to house the program.
“This new facility is a dream come true for many of us. The community deserves this 21st century learning environment and they take full advantage of the services offered,” said Richard Uribe, Director of Adult Education.
Silver Creek High School Celebrates Opening of Multi-Purpose Building
The keynote speaker and the first on-stage presenter in the new theater was Mr. Frank Carbajal, a Silver Creek alumni. He co-authored the book – Building the Latino Future: Success Stories for the Next Generation. His company, Es Tiempo, specializes in providing life and business coaching for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Aedis has been working on East Side Union High School District schools for over 40 years. We love creating spaces not just for teaching, but also places that bring people together. Glad you were able to come back to your school, Mr. Carbajal!
Silicon Valley Business Journal Exclusive: A New San Pedro Square Market for San Jose’s SoFA district?
Aedis Architects aims to make its new headquarters in San Jose’s South First Area (SoFA) much more than your average office building.
The company is renovating a historic building at 387 S. First St. to hold a new 9,000-square-foot office. That’s just the beginning…
AIA Tracings: AIA Santa Clara Valley Chapter’s visits Aedis’ new Downtown San Jose Office
NBC Bay Area: MUJI Brings Retail to Silicon Valley
MUJI San Jose opened its doors to the public on April 16, 2013. This store is revitalizing downtown San Jose retail and we truly enjoyed being part of the process of transforming this space into what it is now.
This project is the second MUJI store on the West Coast. We completed the San Francisco store in the winter of 2012.
San Mateo County Office of Education News: Green Collar Careers Summit Highlights ROP And Green Career Opportunities
Our very own John Diffenderfer was a panelist at this Green Collar Careers Summit hosted by the San Mateo County Office of Education. The summit connected nearly 80 professionals from the county’s high schools, community colleges, employers, nonprofits, government and workforce development agencies to discuss what students need to learn to do the diverse jobs our economy and environment demand.
AIA Tracings: Envisioning a School of the Future through Project-Based Learning
Quimby Oaks Middle School has entered into the nation-wide Schools of the Future Design Competition run by Council of Educational Facility Planners International (cefpi). The school integrated the competition into its pilot program 21st Century Project Based-Learning classes. Aedis Architects volunteered to mentor two of these classes guiding them in creating their submittals for the competition.
On January 11, 2013 the 5 classes showcased their designs. We are proud to see both our classes (3rd & 4th period) produce amazingly original, thoughtful and sustainable designs.
A big thank you to Ms. Colleen Boyle, teacher for the 21st Century Project-Based Learning classes. It has been such a rewarding and rich experience to be able to work with you and your students! Congratulations to our 3rd period students for winning!
From CCFC Courier: West Valley College LEEDs the Way
We are pleased to announce that through West Valley College’s LEED Internship Program, our very own John Diffenderfer (LEED AP BD+C EBOM) has been working with students to achieve LEED certification for their existing Fox Building Technology Center. You can read more about the innovative internship program in the attached article from the CCFC Courier, January 2013 issue.