Anne Marie Kuban

Anne Marie Kuban

Portland, OR, US



Adult Education  -  K-12  -  Historic Rehabilitation

Nineteen years of experience with diverse building typologies in both urban and pastoral settings. Projects span from a Performing Arts Center to multiple rehabilitation and alteration projects in San Francisco. Experience includes the design and development of high-rise hospitality and multi-family housing projects in San Diego. These projects demonstrate rigorous design process, effective team communication, skillful documentation and strong construction observation skills in both leadership and team roles.

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TEF Design (formerly Tom Eliot Fisch), San Francisco, CA, US, Architect, LEED AP

Performing Arts Center, City College of San Francisco
Design, document and co-manage a complex set of performance and classroom spaces to house the Music and Theater Departments. The PAC consists of three main performance spaces – a 650-seat performance auditorium with fly tower, a 150-seat experimental theater and a 150-seat recital hall. In addition, the PAC has numerous specialized classrooms, practice rooms and technical theater spaces.

Multiple Projects, Presidio Trust
Provide architectural services to assist the client in the transition of a former military base to a contemporary public park. Projects include historic rehabilitation, tenant relocation, master planning and LEED documentation.

Multiple Projects, Academy of Art University
Collaborate in public/private partnership to address complex planning and building code issues for the urban campus. Architectural services include survey, building analysis, documentation and construction observation for a diverse set of classrooms, vocational shops, and galleries. Work also includes new program spaces for the university’s demanding enrollment and schedule.

Oct 2006 - Oct 2012

Tannerhecht Architecture, San Francisco, CA, US, Architect

Diegan Hotel-Condominium, San Diego
Design, document and manage a 22-story, highrise hotel-condominium in downtown San Diego. The program combines 161 rooms/suites, conference/banquet and restaurant facilities with a rooftop pool and bar. Specific roles include schematic and design development of the hotel facilities and pool area, coordination of structural and mechanical systems and design/detailing of the exterior cladding. Additional work includes the coordination and construction administration for the House of Blues.

Icon Condominiums, San Diego
Develop conceptual design package, feasibility studies, and entitlements for a 327-unit, market-rate, multi-family housing complex with ground floor retail and underground parking in the vibrant East Village of San Diego.

Feb 2001 - Oct 2006

Marshall Lee Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Architect

Work includes the conceptual analysis and design of additional classroom and computer lab facilities for Epiphany Elementary School and documentation of a Library/Classroom Building for Lower Brookside Elementary School.

Mar 2000 - Oct 2000

Harvey Hacker Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Architect

Work includes design, documentation and construction administration for multiple Change of Use and seismic retrofit projects for dot-com warehouse spaces in the SOMA district of San Francisco.

Apr 1999 - Feb 2000

Michael Stanton Architecture, San Francisco, CA, US, Architect / Designer

Experience includes the rebuilding of St. Paul's Elementary School and seismic retrofit to the early nineteenth century Church after the Loma Prieta Earthquake.

Aug 1996 - Mar 1999

Marshall Lee Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Designer

Work includes interior alterations and exterior repairs for multiple elementary schools, coordinating modular building installations, and construction administration for a middle school modernization.

Feb 1994 - Aug 1996


Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 1991 - May 1993

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Sep 1985 - May 1990

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