PUBLICATIONS

  • Fernau, Richard. Improvisations on the Land: Houses of Fernau & Hartman. New York, NY: The Monacelli Press, 2015.
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  • Montana Architect, “Honor Award: Cowell Ranch Hay Barn,” Fall 2016, UCSC Hay Barn
  • Big Sky Journal Magazine, “Western Design: The Montana Cookhouse,” Corinne Garcia, October 2016, Montana Cookhouse
  • STRUCTURE Magazine, “Seismically Isolated Building Bears All,” Steven Tipping and Gina T. Phelan, July 2016, Tipping Addition
  • Big Sky Journal Magazine, “Improvisations on the Land: Houses of Fernau + Hartman,” Annual Home Issue 2016, Monograph
  • Fine Homebuilding Magazine, “Montana Cookhouse,” Maureen Friedman, May 2016, Montana Cookhouse
  • LUXURY Magazine, “Conscious Living,” Jorge S. Arango, Spring 2016, Montana Cookhouse
  • ARCADE Magazine, “The Rogue Element,” John Parman, Spring 2016, Monograph
  • DuJour Magazine, “Home, Very Literally, on the Range,” Frances Dodds, Spring 2016, Montana Cookhouse
  • Montana Architect, “Citation Award: The Wedge House,” Fall 2015, Wedge House
  • Engineering News Record, “Seismic Engineer Develops ‘Showcase’ for Isolators,” Nadine M. Post, August 2015, Tipping Addition
  • AIA Small Practitioners Review,” Improvisations on the Land: Houses of Fernau & Hartman,” Peter Miller, 2015, Monograph
  • San Francisco Chronicle, “Quake-safety Secrets Hiding in Plain Sight,” John King, July 23, 2015, Tipping Addition
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel, “Hay Barn Bridges Past, Future at UC Santa Cruz,” Stephen Baxter, March 22, 2015, UCSC Hay Barn
  • New York Times, “Till Death (or Decorating Disputes) Do Us Part,” Elaine Louie, September 19, 2013, Coho
  • Rural Modern, “The Philosophical Carpenter Reworking Western Themes,” Russell Abraham, October 16, 2013, Montana Cookhouse, Santa Ynez House
  • Design Ed. Los Angeles Times Magazine, "View Finder," Mayer Rus, May 6, 2012, Santa Ynez House
  • Sunset, Outdoor Living Special Issue, “Design Details: Six Patio Spaces Tailor Made to Take Advantage of their Sites,” 2007, West Marin House
  • Wood Design & Building, vol. 37, Winter 2006-2007, Avis Ranch
  • Fire Places: A Practical Design Guide to Fireplaces and Stoves Indoors and Out Jane Gitlin, Taunton Press, 2006, Avis Ranch
  • Wood Houses Ruth Slavid, Laurence King Publishing, London, 2006, Mann House
  • Architectural Record, Clifford Pearson, July 2006, Avis Ranch
  • New York Times, “Small Footprints On a Vast Land,” Elaine Louie, June 8, 2006, Avis Ranch
  • Press Democrat, “The Many Faces of Home: Good Exterior Design Makes that Important First Impression, Connects House to its Setting,” Meg McConahey, June 3, 2006, Mann House
  • Sunset, “Weekend Retreat: A Camplike Getaway for a Young Family Refreshes Body and Soul,” Daniel Gregory, May 2006, West Marin House
  • The Face of Home: A New Way to Look at the Outside of Your House Jeremiah Eck, Taunton Press, 2006, Mann House
  • Architectural Record, Lisa Findley, December 2005, Eastside High School
  • Global Architecture Houses: 86, Project 2005, Tokyo, Japan, 2005, Montana Urban Homestead
  • Ten Shades of Green: Architecture and the Natural World Peter Buchanan, The Architectural League of New York, 2005, West Marin House
  • The Houses of Martha’s Vineyard Keith Moskow, The Monacelli Press, NY, 2005, Teller House
  • Mini House Style Rico Komanoya, Harper Design International and LOFT Publications, NY, 2004, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Bay Area Style David Weingarten, Rizzoli Press, 2004, West Marin House
  • The Getaway Home Dale Mulfinger, Taunton Press, 2004, Avis Ranch
  • Sustainable Homes James Grayson Trulove, Harper Collins, 2004, West Marin House
  • The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture Phaidon, 2004, Napa Valley Museum
  • The House to Ourselves Todd Lawson and Tom Connor, Taunton Press, 2004
  • The Nook Book Karen Hansgen, Clarkson Potter, NY, 2003, Newport Beach House
  • Big Sky Journal, Fly Fishing Issue, “Found Montana,” Sebring Davis, 2004, Avis Ranch
  • This Old House, “Built-In Bookcases,” Joe Carter, November 2003, Mann House
  • San Francisco Chronicle, “Building Young: Architects Commissioned to Design Interactive Home for the Ages,” Zahid Sardar, September 20, 2003, Coho House
  • New York Times, “Some New Riffs on the Rollaway,” Elaine Louie, September 11, 2003, West Marin House
  • Designing the World’s Best Museums and Art Galleries Michael J. Crosbie, Images Publishing Group, Australia, 2003, Napa Valley Museum
  • Woody Life 103, “Living in Woods,” August 2003, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Architectural Record, Lisa Findley, July 2003, Mann House
  • Living with Kids: Ideas for Family Friendly Interiors Eugenia Santiesteban, Rockport Publishers, May 2003, Newport Beach House
  • New York Times, “Goodbye ‘Fountainhead,’ Hello Kibbutz,” Christopher Hawthorne, April 27, 2003
  • Global Architecture Houses 74: Project 2003, Tokyo, Japan, 2003, Laska House
  • arcCA, “Some Built Influences,” April 2003, West Marin House
  • Dwell, “The Exurban House,” Mitchell Schwarzer, January-February 2003, Anderson Ayers House
  • San Francisco Chronicle, “Sleep Out,” Diana Kapp, January 15, 2003
  • The Distinctive Home: A Vision of Timeless Design Jeremiah Eck, Taunton Press 2002, Teller House
  • Sensational Work Spaces Ed. House Beautiful, Hearst Books, 2002, Caperton House
  • Patterns of Home Max Jacobson et. al., Taunton Press, 2002, Anderson Ayers House
  • The Wood Design Awards 2002: A North American Program of Excellence Tuns Press, Canada, 2002, Avis Ranch
  • San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, “California Modern: Trail Blazer,” Zahid Sardar, May 2002, Anderson Ayers House
  • San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, “Growing Up,” Zahid Sardar, September 15, 2002, Coho House
  • The House Book, Phaidon Press, 2001, West Marin House
  • Hot Dirt Cool Straw James Grayson Trulove, Harper Collins, 2001, West Marin House
  • Sunset, “2000 - 2001 Western Home Awards,” October 2001, Avis Ranch
  • Oakland Tribune, “Form and Function in ‘Green’ Architecture,” Monique Beeler, October 26, 2001, West Marin House
  • New Coastal Houses Arian Mostaedi, Links International, 2001, Anderson Ayers House
  • Kids’ Rooms Jennifer Lévy, Chronicle Books, 2001, Anderson Ayers House, Newport Beach House
  • Architectural Record, “Fernau & Hartman Helps Heal the Architectural Wounds of a Previous Era,” Clifford A. Pearson, June 2001, EVC Student Center
  • Global Architecture Houses 66: Project 2001, Tokyo, Japan, 2001, Presser House
  • Archicréé, “An Ideas Factory,” Anne Laure Egg, Paris, 2000, Oxygen Headquarters
  • The Big Book of 25 Houses Francisco Asensio Cerver, Atrium International, 2000, Coho House
  • Architectural Record, “Residential Feature,” Lisa Findley, October 2000, Anderson Ayers House
  • Los Angeles Times Magazine, “Surf Turf,” Penelope Rowlands, October 2000, Newport Beach House
  • Architectural Record, “Fernau & Hartman Designs for Improvisation at Oxygen Media,” Clifford A. Pearson, September 2000, Oxygen Headquarters
  • Traditional Home “Out On a Limb,” Elvin McDonald, July 2000, Up A Tree
  • Architectural Review, “House Party,” Margaret Seal, July 2000, Caperton House
  • On the Job: Design and the American Office Donald Albrecht and Chrysanthe B. Broikos, Ed. Princeton Architectural Press, 2000, Oxygen Headquarters
  • Houses of the World Francisco Cerver, Konemann, Barcelona, Spain, 2000, Collective Housing for the Cheesecake Consortium, von Stein House
  • The Treehouse Book Peter and Judy Nelson, Universe Publishing and David Larkin, New York, 2000, Up A Tree
  • Planet Architecture, “Volume 3: Bay Area Modern,” (cd-rom,) Los Angeles, CA, 2000, Anderson Ayers House
  • Weekend Houses Penelope Rowlands, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 2000, Newport Beach House
  • Mountain Houses Paco Asensio, Loft Publications, Barcelona, 2000, Coho House
  • Global Architecture Houses 64: “Tips on House Design,” Tokyo, Japan, 2000
  • Global Architecture Houses 64: Project 2000, Tokyo, Japan, 2000, West Marin House
  • Global Architecture Houses 63: Project 2000, Tokyo, Japan, 2000, Avis Ranch
  • Global Architecture Houses 62: Project 2000, Tokyo, Japan, 2000, Anderson Ayers House
  • New York Times, “Good Buildings, and Good for You,” Herbert Muschamp, April 16, 2000, West Marin House
  • Metropolis, “The Insiders: Six Photographers on the New American Interior,” Lisa Trollbeck, April 2000, West Marin House
  • New York Times Magazine, “They’ve Redesigned the Office Again,” Amy Goldwasser, March 5, 2000, Oxygen Headquarters
  • House Beautiful, “One Man’s Village,” Susan Zevon, February 2000, Caperton House
  • New York Times, “Genial Mosh-Pit Offices Keep New-Media Workers Happy,” Julie Iovine, January 20, 2000, Oxygen Headquarters
  • San Jose Mercury News, “Center Rejuvenates a Dated Campus,” Alan Hess, December 26, 1999, EVC Student Center
  • Sunset, “1999 - 2000 Western Home Awards,” October 1999, Newport Beach House
  • Artbyte, “Dream Studio,” Kit Laybourne, September-October 1999, Oxygen Headquarters
  • Boston Globe, “Vineyard Collage,” Robert Campbell, August 12, 1999, Teller House
  • San Francisco Magazine, “Great Rooms,” Meg Cohen Regas, April 1999, Anderson Ayers House
  • Global Architecture Houses 59: Project 1999, Tokyo, Japan, 1999, Anderson Ayers House, Mann House
  • Room by Room: Contemporary Interiors Carol Meredith, Rockport Publishers, 1999, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Pacific Edge: Contemporary Architecture on the Pacific Rim Peter Zellner, Thames & Hudson, 1998, Fernau Cunniff House, West Marin House, von Stein House, Tipping Offices
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Architects’ Designs Celebrate a Site in Many Voices,” David Wheeler, October 30, 1998
  • Equal Partners: Men and Women Principals in Contemporary Architectural Practice Helen Searing, 1998, EVC Student Center, Teller House
  • San Francisco Modern Zahid Sardar, Chronicle Books, 1998, Berggruen House, Fernau Cunniff House
  • San Francisco Magazine, “If You Build It,” Meg Cohen Ragas, October 1998, Napa Valley Museum
  • Architecture, “Retooling the Shed,” Raul A. Barreneche, August 1998, Caperton House
  • Global Architecture Houses 55: Project 1998, Tokyo, Japan, 1998, Caperton House, Teller House
  • Architectural Record, “Napa Valley Museum,” Karen Stein, March 1998, Napa Valley Museum
  • The New Office Francis Duffy, Conran Octopus Limited, 1997, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • International Interiors Jeremy Myerson, Laurence King Publishing, 1997, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • Fast Company, “Nick Kids,” Michael Warshaw, March 1998, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • New American House 2 Oscar Riera Ojeda, Whitney Library of Design, 1997, von Stein House
  • American House Now: Contemporary Architectural Directions Susan Doubilet and Daralice Boles, Universe Publishing, 1997, Coho House
  • Casa Brutus, “Living in Woods,” Mikio Kuranishi, September 1997, Coho House, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Architectural Houses Francisco Asensio Cerver, Arco Editorial, 1997 von Stein House
  • Global Architecture Houses 52: Project 1997, Tokyo, Japan, 1997, West Marin House
  • Architectural Record, "The Tipping Building: Living Above the Store," Aaron Betsky, January 1997, Tipping Offices
  • Architectural Record, "Baywatch or Workplace?" Aaron Betsky, September 1996, f/X Headquarters
  • Contract Design, “There Goes the Neighborhood,” Jennifer Thiele Busch, June 1996, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • Metropolitan Home, “A Tree House Grows in Berkeley,” Aaron Betsky, June 1996, Fernau Cunniff House
  • House Beautiful, “Compound Interests,” Martin Filler, February 1996, Coho House
  • Dictionnaire de L’Architecture du XX Siecle Jean Paul Midant, Ed., Edition Hazan, 1996
  • Architecture, “Nick at Work,” Sarah Amelar, December 1995, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • San Francisco Examiner Magazine, “Urban Pastoral,” Zahid Sardar, September 24, 1995, Fernau Cunniff House
  • New York Magazine, “Romper Rooms” Karen Stein, August 14, 1995, Nickelodeon Headquarters
  • Ambiente, “California Dream Hanseatisch,” Brigitte Knauf, July-August 1995, von Stein House
  • San Francisco Focus, “The House that Friends Built,” Julie Carlson, June 1995, Coho House
  • New York Times Magazine, “The Masterpieces They Call Home,” Paul Goldberger, March 12, 1995, Laybourne House
  • Global Architecture Houses 45: Project 1995, Tokyo, Japan, 1995, Tipping Offices
  • 581 Architects in the World Shuppan Toto, 1995
  • Architecture, "Housing Innovations, Common Ground," October 1994, Coho House
  • Harper's Bazaar, "Into the Woods," Martin Filler, August 1994
  • Global Architecture 41: Project 1994, Tokyo, Japan, 1994, Coho House
  • Architectural Record, "Climbing the Hill," Clifford A. Pearson, April 1994, von Stein House
  • Global Architecture Houses 40: Project 1994, Tokyo, Japan, 1994, Laybourne House, von Stein House
  • Metropolitan Home, "Architects We'd Hire," Fred A. Bernstein, March-April 1994, Fernau Cunniff House
  • San Francisco Examiner Magazine, "Retreat to Modernism,” Zahid Sardar, March 6, 1994, von Stein House
  • Progressive Architecture, “41st Annual P/A Awards,” January 1994, Coho House
  • Architects House Themselves, Michael Webb, Preservation Press, 1994, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Sunset, “1993 - 1994 Western Home Awards,” October 1993, von Stein House, Fernau Cunniff House
  • Architectural Review, “Streets of San Francisco,” John Ellis, September 1993, SBG Partners Offices
  • House and Garden, “Jimtown, USA,” Heather Smith-MacIsaac, February 1993, Jimtown Store
  • Art Space, “San Francisco Assemblage: The Arts and Crafts of the New Bay Tradition,” Aaron Betsky, December 1992
  • Global Architecture Houses 34: Project 1992, Tokyo, Japan, 1992, Laybourne House, von Stein House
  • Progressive Architecture, “Projects: Fernau & Hartman,” Thomas Fisher, August 1991
  • Global Architecture 31: Project 1991, Tokyo, Japan, 1991, Routh House, Versaci Maloney House
  • Architectural Review, “Centre of Gravitas,” John Ellis, November 1990, UCSC Student Center
  • Progressive Architecture, “A Regionalist Union,” Sally Woodbridge, “Confessions of a Regionalist,” Thomas Fisher, June 1990, UCSC Student Center
  • New Architecture San Francisco, “Fernau and Hartman,” James Shay and Christopher Irion, 1989
  • Architectural Record, “Rational Moves,” Karen Stein, September 1989, SBG Partners Offices
  • House and Garden, “Artists' Assemblage,” Martin Filler, September 1989, Berggruen House
  • Progressive Architecture, “Presenting Ideas,” Thomas Fisher, June 1989
  • Architectural Digest, “California Architecture: Notes on a Young West,” Suzanne Stevens, May 1989
  • Architectural Record, “Record Houses: Back to Basics,” Deborah K. Dietsch, March-April 1989, Berggruen House
  • Progressive Architecture, “UC Builds,” Pilar Viladas and Susan Doubilet, May 1988, UCSC Student Center
  • Bay Area Houses, “Arcadia Revisited,” Sally Woodbridge, 1988, Maoli House, Bailey House
  • Architectural Record, “Coming Together at Santa Cruz,” October 1987, UCSC Student Center
  • American Houses Philip Langdon, 1987, Maoli House
  • Center: A Journal for Architecture in America: New Regionalism, “The Bay Area Tradition: New Interpretations,” Jamie Lofgren, vol. 3, The University of Texas at Austin, 1987
  • Architecture, “Cafe Delicately Appended to Muscular Wurster Hall,” Michael Crosby, November 1986, Ramona's Cafe
  • Emerging Voices: A New Generation of Architects in America Gerald Allen, Ed. The Architectural League of New York, 1986, Maoli House, Bailey House
  • Casa Vogue, “Ogni Stanza una Storia,” Marina Baso, November 1984, Maoli House
  • The San Francisco Chronicle, “Architecture’s Local Heroes,” Sally Woodbridge, November 1984, Maoli House, Bailey House
  • The Atlantic, “The American House: What We're Building and Buying,” Philip Langdon, September 1984, Maoli House
  • Progressive Architecture, “Four Houses: Roman Regionalism,” Sally Woodbridge, April 1984, Maoli House
  • Ornamentalism Robert Jensen and Patricia Conway, 1982, Franks for the Memory
  • Global Architecture 10: New Waves in American Architecture, Tokyo, Japan, 1982, Brodhead House/The Bedroom, Maoli House
  • The New York Times, “Assessing Solar House Design,” Paul Goldberger, October 15, 1981, Brodhead House
  • Progressive Architecture, “Half-and-Half,” Sally Woodbridge, April 1981, Brodhead House
  • A + U, American Architecture Special Edition, vol. 11, Tokyo, Japan, 1981
  • Progressive Architecture, “Hot Dog Heaven,” Sally Woodbridge, September 1979, Franks for the Memory