Awards:

2003 American Institurte of Architects, San Francisco
Urban Design Award
Green Design Award

1998 American Society of Landscape Architects
Design Excellence Award San Francisco Landscape Garden Show

National Compact House Competition 2nd Place, 1992.

Art in Public Places, and other Municipal and Corporate Commissions:

2008 Public Art Commission
Plaza at Youth Detention Facility, County of Sacrament, California
“Taking Flight,” 45’ x 45’ flock of stainless/bronze birds swaying overhead


2007 Public Art Commission

Seal Point Park, San Mateo, California. (In Process.)
Five kinetic sculptures for the Bay front park


2006 City of Tiburon Commission,

“Coming About”, 15’h x 28’w Kinetic Fountain Sculpture


2004 San Francisco Botanical Garden and Strybing Arboretum
Golden Gate Park, Australian Garden, Sculpture and outdoor classroom


2002 Public Art Commission
City of Palo Alto, "Sun's Flowers" sculptural streetscape and dining court


1999 Municipal Commission
Golden Gate National Parks Association
Design Presidio Promenade sculptural seating


1998 Art in Public Places Commission, supporting artist,

San Jose AIPP, S. Beran's "Tree of Life” Sculpture


1997 Municipal Commission
City of Danville, Hap Magee Ranch Park, Drive-through Entry Gateway


1997 Corporate Commission
California State Auto Association, Entry plaza and dining court

1996 Municipal Commission
Dorothy Ellenburg Memorial Park, Sculpture and signage

1994 Art in Public Places Commission
Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, Cavanaugh Golf Course

1993 Art in Public Places Commission
City of Davis, California, Fountains with integral seating for Central ParkSelected Exhibitions, Awards, Projects and Lectures

2003 AIA San Francisco – Urban Design Honor Award “Best of the Bay”
(For Sun Flowers’ transformation of a 10’-wide sidewalk strip into a well-used
public seating and dining area for both day and night.)

AIA San Francisco – Green Design Honor Award “Best of the Bay”
(For Sun Flowers’ use of solar power, wind, water retention, recycled
materials and educational components.)

2003 "Water's Edge” Water-wall, Belvedere, Ca.
Privately commissioned fountain sculpture

1998 San Francisco Landscape Garden Show, Reed Madden Designs debuts first "Fountaintable," receives 3 awards for sculpture garden including a landscape design award from American Society of Landscape Architects.

1997 “Material Matters” Laidley Garden, Oakland, Ca
Privately commissioned Sculpture Garden

1996 Moon Garden, San Francisco, Ca.
Privately commissioned Sculpture Garden

1996 The Rammed Earth House, by David Easton
Architecture and text illustration

1995 Hollis Street Project, Emeryville, Ca.
First show of "Signs of Life" sculptures

1995 Philosopher's Garden, Kenwood, Ca.
Privately commissioned Sculpture Garden

1994 La Quinta Sculpture Park, La Quinta, Ca.
Stabilized earth wind sculpture

1994 Sister City Project, Leon, Nicaragua
Architecture and team management for community school project

1993 Lightescapes at LIMN, San Francisco, California
Invitational exhibit of Bay Area light artists

1992 National Compact House Competition, 2nd Place
Director of team, Rammed Earth Works, Napa, Ca., Book published, 1992

1992 AIA Sustainable Architecture Ideas & Community Solutions
Pictorial essays of the lineage of modern earthen architecture

1991 Life Through Time, Academy of Sciences, San Francisco
Large-scale tapestries of rammed earth depicting our geological history

1991 Dryland Lecture Series, Speaker
Lecture on earth building in the dryland environment, Las Vegas, NV

1991 Dwelling on Earth, by David Easton
Book illustrator and chapter author of professional earth builders’ manual

1990 SoCo Gallery, Napa, California
Exhibit of environmental sculpture & lighting

1986 International Association of Lighting Designers
Awarded internship at Architectural Lighting Design, San Francisco,