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Phoebe Schenker, Architect


Architect Phoebe Schenker values a strong concept. Thinking in three dimensional spaces, she strives to connect with clients through a narrative of materials, textures, and design. When speaking about why she chooses to design with Redwood, she speaks to its warmth, texture, and sustainability. She has worked on several notable projects, including overseeing construction of the $100 million expansion project of the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Serving as the Project Manager for the Land’s End Lookout and Visitor Center in San Francisco, she has a keen understanding of what materials work best within their environment. To learn more please visit our Phoebe Schenker page:

An award-winning, LEED Platinum certified structure, the Land’s End Lookout Visitor Center is clad with beautiful...
The Global Ecology building at Stanford University features a night sky cooling system that sprays a thin film of water...
The Global Ecology building at Stanford University was built for studying interactions among the earth’s ecosystems.