We believe in flexibility; not as absence of form, but as presence of unique and carefully considered infrastructure — flexibility without neutrality. Our creations are playful, a collision of circumstance and idea, driven by a straightforward practicality, and laced with risky experimentation.
E.B. Min, AIAFounder
E.B. Min is the San Francisco based principal of Min | Day. An honors graduate of Brown University with dual concentrations in Art History and Studio Art, she began her architectural studies as a cross-registered student at Rhode Island School of Design. She received her Master of Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley and she is a licensed architect in California. E.B.’s experience in the landscape architecture office of Delaney and Cochran nurtured her interest in the integration of landscapes and buildings. E.B. has taught at U.C. Berkeley and is an Adjunct Professor in the Masters of Architecture Program at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. E.B. is a director of the AIA San Francisco chapter.
Erica Nobori, RA, LEED AP BD+C
Erica joined Min Day in January 2015 as a Project Manager. She brings with her experience on commercial, multi-family and mixed-use projects ranging from 6,000 sf - 320,000sf. She is well versed in the entitlements process and is familiar with all construction types and has taken projects through from Feasibility Studies to Construction Administration.
Daniel Garcia’s experience as a designer and fabricator is reflected in a diverse portfolio ranging from community and cultural arts centers, educational facilities, and residential work to furniture design and interior installations. As a project designer, he has provided schematic design through construction administration services on a number of projects, in addition to fabrication, graphics, model-making, 3d visualization, woodworking, metalworking, plastics and cnc fabrication.
Dennis is a recent graduate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he completed his Master of Architecture degree in 2013. His graduate experience includes frequent collaborations with FACT, Community Design and Planning with the City of Crete, NE, and multiple International Service-Learning projects. Dennis is currently working towards the path to professional licensure.
Brent holds 15 years of experience in the design and construction industries. After receiving his architectural education from Rhode Island School of Design he worked as a General Contractor for single family residences in the Mid Atlantic region before moving in San Francisco. Before landing at Min Day Brent worked for several architecture firms in the Bay Area.
Emerging Voices Award 2016 : Architectural League of NY
Design Build Award : FACT 2013 : Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Designer of Distinction: Residential Creative Spaces 2011 : San Francisco Design Center
Leadership Award: Rising Star 2010 : Residential Architect
New Practices San Francisco 2009 : AIA SF
Design Vanguard 2009 : Architectural Record
Emerging Talent Award, Monterey Design Conference 2007: AIA California
SpeakingIn 2016 MinDay was awarded the The Architectural League of New York's annual Emerging Voices Award. The award spotlights North American individuals and firms with distinct design 'voices' that have the potential to influence the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. The jury reviews significant bodies of realized work and considers accomplishments within the design and academic communities. The work of each Emerging Voice represents the best of its kind, and addresses larger issues within architecture, landscape, and the built environment."
MOD makes living more fun and work more creative. Inspired by everyday geometries, MOD is furniture – infrastructure for living and working – that embraces the impulse to re-arrange space. Each product has several pieces that can be combined, grouped, dispersed, stacked, and arranged, some are finite, others are finite. Founded by Min Day, MOD creates objects that inspire improvisation.