Friday, October 30, 2015

Book Reception Update

Our reception and book signing for ‪#‎ImprovisationsOnTheLand‬ at William Stout Architectural Books last night was a huge success! Many thanks to our friends and family who showed up and supported; this book truly would not have been possible without you. If you still need a copy of the book, head on down to Stout Books or order yours today on Amazon.

Also, Fernau & Hartman is now on Twitter! If you are on Twitter, follow us for project updates, images around the office, and upcoming events:

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Book Reception @ William Stout Architectural Books

If you're around the Bay Area today, we would love for you to join us for a reception and book signing at William Stout Architectural Books in San Francisco (804 Montgomery Street, map shown below flyer) from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. tonight! Bring a friend and come down to enjoy wine, cheese, and good literature with Fernau & Hartman. Please RSVP at See you there!

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

UCSC Hay Barn Update

It may have been overcast yesterday, but there was nothing gloomy about the UCSC Hay Barn site. As the photos from Fernau & Hartman's most recent site visit show, construction is nearing completion and the barn is becoming increasingly refined in its details:

BONUS: Check out these photos taken at the Farm-to-Fork Benefit Dinner in the Hay Barn to celebrate its opening! Huge thanks to Joni White, Social Sciences Event Coordinator at UCSC for the beautiful photos:

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Fernau & Hartman Monograph is Finally Here!

More excitement today at Fernau and Hartman. A copy of our highly anticipated new book Improvisations of the Land has finally made it to the office, resulting in many jaw drops, smiles, and near-teary eyes. A lot of hard work, time, and design have been invested in the creation of these pages, and we all hope you will notice it for yourselves. 

If you would like a copy, please contact your local bookstore or visit Amazon to preorder.

More excitement ahead! Stay tuned...