Marsha Maytum, S.F. architect who used design to nurture humanity, dies at 69

Marsha Maytum SF Chronicle

Marsha Maytum, a low-key local architect whose work spoke volumes about how design can nurture a more humane society, died on Feb. 10, in San Francisco, of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. She was 69.

The firm she co-founded in 2001, Leddy Maytum Stacy Arquitectos, focuses on buildings that serve varied populations in multiple ways — from more than a dozen affordable housing complexes to civic structures and such cultural destinations as the Bay Area Discovery Museum, tucked into the Marin Headlands near the Golden Gate Bridge.

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