Posts Tagged ‘California’

Headspace office by Kelly Robinson, Santa Monica – California

April 10th, 2017

The brand exudes a whimsical, colorful, and playful tone, while it’s founders appreciate clean and minimal design. Culture manager Tom Freeman expressed a strong desire to bring the outside world indoors in a meaningful way, working as much as possible with elements of nature.

Bone Kettle restaurant by Arthur Page Company, Pasadena – California

April 9th, 2017

A mural by famous Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson known for his thought-provoking and visually-stunning paintings that often depict subtle messages on both society and culture, is showcased in the dining room.

Kapor Center for Social Impact by Fougeron Architecture, Oakland – California

April 4th, 2017

This circular volume carries an open stair upward through the building’s original three floors to a fourth-floor addition and organizes the spaces within, linking floors and connecting a range of workspaces. Throughout the building, the circular volume acts as an organizing and integrating principle.

JLL Office, by ID Studios, La Jolla – California

March 16th, 2017

Commercial real estate services and investment management firm, JLL turned to ID Studios for its expertise in corporate workplace strategy & design when contemplating its new office location in San Diego.

Aesop store by Tacklebox, San Francisco – California

March 16th, 2017

Copper was chosen in reference to the stills used to produce whiskey at the A P Hotaling warehouse – once the West Coast’s largest whiskey repository – in which the store is located. Two of these are wash basins, which feature in most Aesop stores to allow customers to test the different skin products.

Kendo office by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design, San Francisco – California

March 15th, 2017

We imported a retail look to energise the Kendo team, who’d been crammed into tiny offices that didn’t suit either their needs or the company vibe,” said the designers. The offices occupy a full upper floor of high-rise building in Downtown San Francisco. After exiting the elevators, the hall opens onto a reception and show area to one side.

SASB Office by FENNIE+MEHL, San Francisco – California

March 10th, 2017

FENNIE+MEHL was asked to make the new office communicate SASB’s commitment to sustainability and corporate transparency while fitting the work style of a staff intently focused on complex data analysis. The plan focused solely on finishes, furniture and visual artifacts.

The Vine Coworking Office by LPA Inc., Irvine – California

March 9th, 2017

The new vision reflects the creation of specific environments for the unique mix of tenants that currently inhabit the marketplace. While the spaces are designed to reflect a fresh modern aesthetic, they also incorporate a timeless approach to design which strongly relates to the original architecture of the building as well as the changing marketplace.

Dongpo Kitchen by CallisonRTKL, Los Angeles – California

March 7th, 2017

An eclectic mix of furniture further contributes to a relaxed ambience, and abstract Chinese paintings behind the bar as well as a fixture comprised of large paintbrushes dangling from the ceiling serve as unique references to Dongpo’s life and work.

Shinola store by Little, Los Angeles – California

February 16th, 2017

Known for its luxe leather goods and watches, this 4,484 sf Shinola store also offers two other exciting concepts within its space: 1) Saved Tattoo is located in the back of Shinola helmed by renowned NYC tattoo artist Scott Campbell and 2) Di Alba, an Italian inspired cafe.

Oracle Office by RMW architecture & interiors, Santa Clara – California

February 10th, 2017

The project team designed flexible work environments to accommodate the preferences of its multigenerational talent, 70% now enjoy open workspaces on with natural light and campus views, while 30% have internal private offices with frosted window-facing walls.

ForeScout Office by FENNIE+MEHL Architects, San Jose – California

February 2nd, 2017

Having acquired a new headquarters, FENNIE+MEHL was asked to create an environment that supported both the streamlined, controlled and secure nature of what ForeScout does while inviting everyone who comes into contact with the space to feel a creative vibrancy and collaborative vibe.

Roberts Pavilion by John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects, North Quad – California

January 26th, 2017

The dynamic geometry makes it a thrilling object of curiosity on an otherwise mostly uniform campus. But this is a living object, full of surprises at every turn and inviting, flexible spaces of repose as well as spontaneity.

Lobbies by Tighe Architecture, Los Angeles – California

January 9th, 2017

The panels are affixed to walls and ceilings. In the lobby areas, they extend beyond the front door to form dramatic exterior canopies. White LEDs shine through holes in the metal panels. The patterning was inspired by raindrops in one building and a network of highways in the other.

Grace Lee showroom by Early Work, Los Angeles – California

January 9th, 2017

We began by dividing the loft into four distinct sections—a private office, a showroom, a lounge and a custom appointment area—ensuring that each space flowed from one to the other. We then designed and fabricated a bespoke set of furniture, fixtures, lighting and decorative elements to help showcase Grace’s jewelry in a truly one-of-a-kind environment.

Amour Vert store by BCV Architects, Palo Alto – California

January 3rd, 2017

Freestanding shelving units create walls of patterned fabric, while sculptural elements and simple graphics throughout complement the store’s open, airy feel.

Health Plan San Mateo office by AP+I Design, San Francisco – California

January 2nd, 2017

The final solution is an open environment with abundant natural light, sweeping views to the surrounding hills, and motion-sensored LED lighting systems.

Tilden Hotel by Studio Tack, San Francisco – California

December 24th, 2016

The rooms and suites come in four categories, all flaunting a whitewashed aesthetic with homey accents, such as artwork, specific furnishings and a carpet. The setting is completed with modern amenities you’d expect from a place like this, including complimentary wifi, an ihome dicking station and a flatscreen tv.

Kendo Office by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture and Design, San Francisco – California

December 22nd, 2016



Designed as the brand’s first stand-alone home, the office is centered around a richly velveted reception area complete with brightly illuminated central tableau; a cafe whose central table mirrors that tableau; and incredible views overlooking bustling downtown San Francisco.

Trend Micro Office by lauckgroup, San Jose – California

December 16th, 2016


The Trend Micro logo is backlit and inserted into the stone reception desk representative of the company’s branding. The palette is repeated in each office to establish a connectedness between locations. Trend Micro takes pride in establishing a well-built environment with materials that connect to their rich heritage.