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Min | Day

Regions Served

  • San Francisco & Bay Area
  • New York City & Mid-Atlantic
  • Chicago & Midwest

Min | Day was established in 2003 by E.B. Min and Jeff Day with offices in San Francisco and Omaha, Nebraska. Prior to meeting in the Masters of Architecture program at UC Berkeley, E.B. received her AB from Brown University with dual concentrations in Art and Art History and Jeff majored in Visual Studies at Harvard. Before forming their current office, the partners practiced in the arts, landscape, and building design. Their unique background provides clients with a well-rounded design approach making them one of the top young architecture practices in the United States.

Min | Day’s work has received numerous AIA awards and been published internationally, notably:

• 2009 New Practices San Francisco Award

• California Home & Design’s Ten to Watch in 2009

• Residential Architect’s 2010 Rising Star Award

• Architectural Record Magazine’s prestigious 2009 Design Vanguard feature

• Emerging Talent Award, AIA CC, 2007

Min | Day views each project with a fresh eye with a design approach characterized by:

• interplay between spaces and materials

• integration of landscape and building

• capturing natural elements

• bold use of color

• balancing function with delight

Min | Day has offices in two locations — San Francisco, California and Omaha, Nebraska. We enjoy projects of all scales from furniture to large buildings. Please contact us to discuss your project whether residential, interior, commercial or cultural, we’d love to hear from you.

Gallery


Showcase House – Jack and Jill bathroom design for Met Home magazine's Showcase House. Playful green glass tiles transitioned between the girl's and boy's rooms for a fresh and lively bathroom.

Sonoma Horse Farm Fireplace – Wood-burning low-emission fireplace enclosed in a custom installation, plaster and concrete hearthand surround.

Sonoma Farm House Living Room

Sonoma Farm House Fireplace

Palo Alto Poolhouse at Dusk

Palo Alto Poolhouse

Palo Alto Poolhouse

House on Lake Okoboji: For further images please visit our website or these links: archdaily and contemporist.com. Photo: Paul Crosby

House on Lake Okoboji Photo: Paul Crosby

House on Lake Okoboji: View of hallway looking towards stairs with steel grate railing, concrete floor and wood panels. Rougher materials become sophisticated and elegant with detailing. Photo: Paul Crosby

House on Lake Okoboji – Kitchen: View of kitchen through sculpted light shaft. The translucent polycarbonate lined walls hide mechanical vents and ducts while also providing a beautiful and mysterious light source during the day. At night the translucent walls are backlit to provide a lantern-like effect. Photo: Paul Crosby

Sonoma Farm House: Kitchen Photo: Bruce Damonte

Sonoma Farm House: Kitchen Photo: Bruce Damonte

Sonoma Farm House: Fireplace: Custom designed enclosure for an extremely efficient wood-burning fireplace. The subtle bend in the wall allows for venting while creating a pleasing inflection in the living room of this modern farmhouse. Photo: Bruce Damonte

Sonoma Farm House: Mud Room: Generous mudroom with built-in cabinetry, shoe / boot storage. The mud room connects the farm office, guest room, guest bathroom and main hall. Orange linoleum provides a playful and suprising punch of color. Photo: Bruce Damonte

Sonoma Farm House: Master Bath Photo: Bruce Damonte

9th Ave Apartment Photo: Michael Moran

9th Ave Apartment Photo: Michael Moran

L Residence Photo: Paul Crosby

L Residence: Kitchen Photo: Paul Crosby

Palo Alto Pool House Photo: Todd Hido

Saratoga Pool Photo: Min | Day

Water Drop Headboard Photo: Larry Gawel

House on Lake Okoboji Photo: Paul Crosby

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Contact

  • E: info@minday.com

Owner

  • E.B. Min, AIA

Locations

  • 2325 3rd Street #425San Francisco, CA 94107T 415.255.9464 | F 415.255.94685912 Maple StreetOmaha, NE 68104T 402.551.0306 | F 402.551.0312