Our practice draws on E.B. Min and Jeffrey Day’s backgrounds in art, landscape, and architecture to provide informed, flexible design for a wide range of clients, sites, and projects – from individuals to art institutions, urban to rural settings, and furniture to large buildings. We explore opportunities for innovation in program, materials, and fabrication, as well as in methods of practice, through a diverse set of project types and scales of intervention, coaxing nuance and specificity from the unique opportunities of the site and project at hand.
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 in 1993. 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 a Senior Lecturer in the Masters of Architecture Program at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
Jeffrey L. Day, AIA the Omaha based principal of Min | Day, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1988, with an AB in Visual and Environmental Studies. He went on to receive a Master of Architecture from U.C. Berkeley in 1995. Before founding Min | Day, Jeff’s work experience included an extended period with Fernau & Hartman Architects in Berkeley. He is NCARB certified and a licensed architect in both California and Nebraska. Jeff is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he runs our allied practice, FACT (Fabrication And Construction Team), an academic / professional collaborative design lab that offers students a forum for exploring the complex relationships between thinking and making. A frequent collaborator with Min | Day, FACT engages design intensive projects and creative clients in collaborations that bridge the gap between design and construction.