E. B. Min is the principal of Min | Day, a partnership based in San Francisco (and Omaha), founded with Jeffrey L. 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.
Min's experience in the landscape architecture office of Topher Delaney and Andrea Cochran nurtured her interest in the integration of landscapes and buildings.
Min | Day has received numerous awards and recognitions including the following:
- Architectural Record's Design Vanguard, 2010 (honoring 10 international emerging practices)
- Residential Architect magazine's Rising Star, 2010
- New Practices Award by AIA SF and Center for Architecture, 2009
- AIA's Emerging Talent Award, 2007 (in addition to numerous other AIA design awards)
Publications include Architectural Record, Residential Architect, Metropolitan Home, Dwell, California Home + Design, A Vivre, Bob, Summa+, and most recently, The Power of Pro Bono, published by Metropolis Books.
Min also serves on the SF AIA board of directors.
Adjunct Professor, Architecture