Education and Architecture Career
“Jane Cee received her undergraduate degree with Honors in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley and her Masters of Architecture with Distinction in Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. During and after graduate school, Jane’s work was honored as Senior Designer for the firm Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones with 5 Progressive Architecture awards and citations, most notably for the UCLA Energy Services Facility and the Astronaut’s Memorial at Kennedy Space Center.
In 1994, Jane established Cee Architects and has been continuously in the business of providing architecture and design services for clients in the San Francisco Bay Area, in California, nationally and internationally.
Jane has lectured, exhibited and contributed to publications widely in the United States and abroad. She was affiliated with the School of Architectural Studies at the California College of the Arts from 1993 to 2004 as Adjunct Professor. Jane has been an active member of the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter as a Director on its Board from 2007 to 2009 and recently completed a two year term as Board member on the American Institute of Architects, California Council in December 2011.
Jane was elected in January 2011 to the Board of Directors for Hearth Homes for Community Building, a non-profit organization in San Francisco. She has been affliated with Hearth Homes for more than 8 years, contributing services as well as serving in an advisory role.” from the website of Cee Architects
Major Buildings and Projects
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center, San Francisco. With the Cee/Pfau Collaborative, 2002.
San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose, CA. With Holt Hinshaw Architects, 1997.
Burke Museum, museum exhibit and adaptive reuse, University of Washington, Seattle. With Academy Studios, 1995.
Transportation Tower, Taipei, Taiwan. With KobeOu Design, 1990.
UCLA Cogeneration and Facilities Complex, Los Angeles, CA. With Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones design team, 1989.
The Astronauts’ Memorial, Space Port, FL. With Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones design team, 1988.
LINE AIASF Monthly Publication, “Housing Collaborative Sponsored by AIASF,” by S. Jane Cee (April 1999).
Press and Awards
AIA San Francisco Design Excellence Merit Award, LGBT Center of San Francisco, 2004.
Citation, Progressive Architecture, Tract House, for Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones, January 1991.
Award, Progressive Architecture, UCLA Energy Services Facility, for Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones, January 1990.
Award, Progressive Architecture, Astronaut’s Memorial, for Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones, January 1989.
Citation, Progressive Architecture, Overlake Development, for Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones, January 1988.
InGen magazine, “LGBT Center: San Francisco’s Enduring Flame” by Amber Allred, (June 2009)
Galindo, Michele (ed.),1000x Architecture of the Americas, “LGBT Community Center”, Verlagshaus Braun, Berlin (October 2008).
Architecture Magazine, LGBT Community Center: “Over the Rainbow, Under the Gaydar—Won’t You Be My Neighbor” by Jacob Ward and Editorial by Editor-in-Chief, Reed Kroloff (April 2002).
Bay Area Reporter, “LGBT Center Opens at Last,” by Cynthia Laird (7 March 2002).
San Francisco Bay Times, “From Vision to Reality: Center Opens,” by Sister Dana Van Iquity (7 March 2002).
The San Francisco Chronicle, “Celebration opens S.F.’s Gay center” by Heather Knight (4 March 2002).
Spectrum, “The Center from an Architects Point of View,” by Dan Miller (15 February 2002).
The Advocate, “Centers Stage,” by Don Romesburg (5 February 2002).
The San Francisco Chronicle, “Come out, Come in,” by Carol Ness (28 January 2002).
Architectural Record, “Record News: SF to Build Gay Cultural Center” by Eric Fang (January 1999).
Los Angeles Times, “A City Torn Between Past and Present,” by Mary Curtius (17 February 1999).
The San Francisco Chronicle, “Long Wait To Build Gay Center Finally Ends,” by Elaine Herscher (21 October 1999)
The Independent, “Market St. Victorian Gains Landmark Status,” by Laura Peterson (6 June 1998)
Competitions Magazine, “Accommodating Alternative Lifestyles: The San Francisco Gay/Lesbian Community Center” by Dana Van Gorder (Fall 1997)
SF Magazine, “Housing for the Year 2050″ with KobeOu Associates, now Eight, Inc. (February 1992)
ZYZZYVA, “James Ou House, Lot A17″ with KobeOu Associates, now Eight, Inc. (Fall 1991)
FP (fusion planning) Magazine, “Who’s Who—Architecture West: Jane Cee, Designer” (July 1991 No. 7)
Progressive Architecture, Altman Manley Workstations, New Architects, with HHPJ (September 1988)
Progressive Architecture, Club Fugazi, Technics section with HHPJ (July 1987)
Adjunct Professor, California College of the Arts, 1995-2004.