Office

Awards

Urban Infill Design Specialists of the Year – USA & Best Urban Design & Redevelopment Project 2017

2017 Build Architecture Awards

Grand Award and Metal Wall-Retrofit Award Winner

2015 Metal Construction News

Excellence in Architecture Citation Award

2014 AIASF

Student Preservation Association Keyhole Award

2012 Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Kirby Ward Fitzpatrick Prize Best New Building in SF by a Small Firm

2010 Architectural Foundation of San Francisco

Finalist

2010 SF Business Times Real Estate Deal of the Year

Best of 2009 Award of Merit for Renovation/Restoration

2009 California Construction Magazine

Excellence in Structural Engineering Award

2009 National Council of Structural Engineers Association (NCSEA)

Top Projects in Northern California

2008 Real Estate Construction Review Magazine - Northern California Edition

Excellence in Engineering Award

2006 Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC)

Reuse/Redevelopment Project of the Year

2003 East Bay Business Times

Special Commendation for Leadership

1998 AIA California Council

Press

Embarcadero’s new homeless Navigation Center a compassionate work of design

John King, San Francisco Chronicle, January 10, 2020

FACADE 690 Folsom Street

Bob Magazine, June 1, 2017

The Sustainable Spoon

Charles Bloszies, ArchNewsNow, May 11, 2017

500-foot-tall hotel-condo project proposed for Financial District

J.K. Dineen, San Francisco Chronicle, September 8, 2016

The Brief History of One Montgomery

SocketSite.com, August 23, 2016

Exclusive: 35-story hotel and residential tower proposed atop historic S.F. corner

Roland Li, San Francisco Business Times, August 22, 2016

3 new SoMa buildings fit comfortably into their surroundings

John King, San Francisco Chronicle, March 10, 2016

Luminous Revivals

Lydia Lee, Architecural Record, February 1, 2016

Buckminster Fuller (Not Al Gore) Invented the Internet

Charles Bloszies, ARCADE, December 15, 2015

Unbuilt San Francisco

San Francisco Planning + Urban Research (SPUR) Urbanist Magazine: Sept/October Issue, September 1, 2013

Old Buildings, New Designs: Architectural Transformations

Jim Chappell, UrbDeZine, February 10, 2012

Shared spirit in 1 Kearny’s Styles from 3 eras

John King, San Francisco Chronicle, November 10, 2009

Want to design a bus shelter? Well, get in line

John King, San Francisco Chronicle, June 5, 2007

Clients

  • Boston Properties
  • Ritz-Carlton Company
  • Millennium Partners
  • One Kearny LLC
  • Sierra Maestra Properties
  • Breevast US
  • Vornado Realty Trust
  • 601 West Companies
  • Prado Group
  • City Center Retail
  • Big Rock Partners
  • Peebles Corporation
  • Clear Channel
  • Empire Group
  • Harrigan, Weidenmuller Company
  • Lennar Mare Island
  • New Urban Properties
  • Polatnick Properties
  • Rabin Worldwide
  • WorldCo
  • Hunter Group (Verde Pacific)
  • Martin Building Company
  • Redwood Mortgage
  • Blu Dot Design and Manufacturing
  • Esprit de Corp.
  • New Balance Athletic Shoe Company
  • Crabtree & Evelyn
  • Crepe Café
  • Trish’s Dishes
  • DiPietro Todd Salon
  • Camper USA
  • California College of the Arts
  • Friends of Cal Crew
  • Golden Gate National Park Conservancy
  • Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office
  • SFMOMA
  • Compass Community Services
  • Edgewood Children’s Center
  • All Saints Episcopal Church
  • First Church, Christ Scientist
  • Saint Mary’s Preschool
  • Bentley School
  • Hosteling International
  • Sandpaths Academy
  • Keker & VanNest
  • Santos & Prescott
  • Simon Blattner
  • StoragePro

Jobs

Current open positions:

Description

The Office of Charles F Bloszies is an award winning, specialized firm engaged in urban infill design.  Our work ranges from adaptive re-use of large structures to new buildings on challenging sites.  Projects are mostly in San Francisco in highly visible locations.

We are a small office where everyone is exposed to the various phases of design and construction. We are seeking a well-educated, technically-oriented person to join our team to work on several interesting urban infill projects, including innovative ideas for addressing homelessness in the city, some of which are on the drawing boards already.

Qualifications

        7+ years of experience in an architectural office

        Architectural license (California) or on track to become licensed

        B Arch. or more advance degree(s)

        Complete and thorough mastery of AutoCad

        Extensive construction documents experience

        Keen interest in the crafting of working drawings

        Experience coordinating work of engineering consultants

        Knowledge of the San Francisco building code and permitting process

        Self-motivated, flexible personality

        LEED accreditation a plus

How to Apply

Email resume, work samples, and salary history to [email protected].  Include a brief cover letter indicating your level of interest in the repurposing of existing buildings and urban infill architecture.  Incomplete applications or links to your portfolio/website will not be considered.

No drop-in’s or phone calls please.