The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation


Our hope for our building was that it would both inspire our work and contribute to increased interest in environmental technologies. Our design team has more than met our aspirations with a building that is truly a delightful place to work, a welcoming place to visit, and a reminder that good design can be environmentally sensitive and beautiful at the same time.

—paul brest, president, the william and flora hewlett foundation

2002 AIA Santa Clara Valley Chapter Honor Award


The new home of the Hewlett Foundation reflects the Foundation's environmental and grant making philosophies in an open, lively, collaborative and comfortable space, utilizing advanced sustainable technologies, building materials, and furniture systems. The project was the first US Green Building Council LEED Gold-Rated Building in California.

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