EHDD creates architecture sets the stage for lives well lived. They create spaces people love—comfortable, healthy, and surprising environments that delight the senses and inspire people to live, work, and learn in more productive and meaningful ways.
Sustainability has been at the heart of EHDD’s work since 1946. EHDD sees design as a vehicle for environmental stewardship, incorporating current technologies to reduce carbon emissions, and ultimately reverse climate change.
Architecture & Design
An industry leader in sustainable architecture, Brad Jacobson, AIA, LEED APBD+C , is skilled at synthesizing perspectives to craft technically rigorous, high-performance solutions that are energy-efficient and create occupant satisfaction. Brad is leading the way in designing carbon neutral projects starting with today’s all-electric, Net Zero energy buildings. He spearheads mixed-use office developments, including the Net Zero Energy and LEED Platinum certified headquarters for The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, which was named a National AIA COTE Top Ten Green Building.