Posts Tagged ‘California’

Commonwealth store, Los Angeles – California

December 16th, 2017

Compatible with the building’s original architectural features, the interior design has an industrial edge, and features a floor of large concrete tiles, a ceiling of exposed beams, and suspended steel clothing racks.

Best girl restaurant, Los Angeles – California

November 29th, 2017

The venue has very much retained the original interior, including the checkered flooring, tables with brass tops, and matching pendant lamps. The rebranding follows a new collab between Ace Hotel and award-winning chef Michael Cimarusti.

Jacobs Medical Center by CannonDesign, La Jolla / San Diego – California

November 24th, 2017

Although one building, the 10-story hospital functions as three medical specialty centers— housing inpatient services for high-risk obstetrics and neonatal care, cancer care and advanced surgical care. The building’s overall curvilinear form was driven by the design of the patient units, but also by advanced modeling to capitalize on views, maximize daylight and minimize solar gain and glare.

BCCI Construction Company Office, San Francisco – California

November 17th, 2017

Designed and constructed by BCCI, the new office was built to meet LEED v4 requirements and the WELL Building Standard which has performance requirements relevant to occupant health for air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort, and mind.

Supplyframe’s DesignLab by Cory Grosser + Associates, Pasadena – California

November 2nd, 2017

The interior combines areas for brainstorming, prototyping, model making and fabrication with a gallery and assembly space for community events. The historic building housing DesignLab is typically Old Town Pasadena, with bow-arched ceilings, exposed wood beams, and warm brick walls.

Retail Design Collaborative Office, Long Beach – California

October 31st, 2017

The creative workplace, which lives in a revitalized former Nordstrom Rack retail space, serves as both a highly-functioning collaborative work environment for employees and a vital connection to the Long Beach community that enhances the city’s public spaces.

High Moon Studios Office by LPA Inc., Carlsbad – California

October 27th, 2017

High Moon wanted their new workplace to be a memorable place for visitors, a space that conveys their passion, creativity and non-traditional work culture. Stripped of cubicles and a “corporate” atmosphere, rooms are defined by big sliding glass doors and the strategic use of colors, materials and innovative wall installations.

Fred Segal store by Brand Studio Caa-Gbg, Mike Mankin and IMA Architects, Los Angeles – California

October 20th, 2017

The multi-brand partners and brand shops at the new Fred Segal store include multi-line men’s shop Hartel, the women’s equivalent Collective, Atelier & Repairs, The Pancake Epidemic, and Framed Ewe.

Airbnb US Headquarters Expansion by Airbnb Environments Team and WRNS Studio, San Francisco – California

October 14th, 2017

The Environments Team translated this new feature into a physical space by assigning each floor to a different city: Buenos Aires, Kyoto, Jaipur and Amsterdam, styling each one of the floor’s cafes in relation to that city, the color, patterns and materials reflecting the local culture.

eBay Office Cafeteria by Gensler, San Jose – California

September 19th, 2017

Bringing food truck culture inside, food areas are pushed out and pulled in so that employees can weave in and out of the space and discover the variety of cultural cuisines. Picnic tables, an ice cream cart, concrete blocks and string lights create an ambiance of the outside brought in.

Acne Studios, San Francisco – California

September 12th, 2017

Jonny Johansson, is similarly minimalist to the brand’s newest generation of retail spaces, and has been given subtle site-specific tweaks to lend it a distinctive edge.

In Situ restaurant by Aidlin Darling Design, San Francisco – California

September 5th, 2017

Once inside, an informal standing and sitting lounge area is envisioned as a shared living room for the street and museum. Toward the back of the restaurant, a quiet formal dining experience is supported by a more intimately scaled and acoustically muted space.

“Healing pavilion” by Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles – California

September 5th, 2017

The pavilion was created using 2,793 linear feet of 2-inch diameter mild steel tube. In total, 352 individual components were precisely bent with a computer numerically controlled rolling system. Together, the tubes form an occupiable structural shell with no extraneous elements.

Color Camp by Weekday Studio & J Byron-H, Los Angeles – California

August 30th, 2017

Color Camp by Weekday Studio & J Byron-H, Los Angeles – California

Argonaut Office by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco – California

August 30th, 2017

With creativity as its driving force, Argonaut’s new headquarters needed to embody the same spirit and soul embedded in its creative process. Such a space was found in a former music venue, the historic Avalon Ballroom, which during San Francisco’s famous late 60’s counter-culture, hosted legendary music performers, including The Grateful Dead, The Doors, and Janis Joplin.

PAUSA Restaurant and Bar by CCS Architecture, San Mateo – California

July 20th, 2017

The design of PAUSA is meant to evoke a modern Italian experience with crafted materials and sophisticated lines within an open and light filled space. Large sliding doors and sidewalk dining welcome passersby to join the convivial bar atmosphere or stay for a meal.

Xoom Offices by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco – California

July 1st, 2017

The visual design direction reflects Xoom’s position in the marketplace: established, global, yet accessible. Two juxtaposed material palettes express the space’s natural and contemporary style. Inspired by international craft, the use of olive ash veneer, wool felt, and woven area rugs bring a sense of warmth to the public areas.

Beauty Bakerie Store by Mindful Design Consulting, San Diego – California

June 24th, 2017

The interior designer used a fresh and vibrant palette of pink, turquoise, and brass metal, then allowed this mix to stretch from pastel to bright tones, creating a place that looks cheerful and playful, yet not overwhelming.

RTA Melrose boutique by Dan Brunn Architects, Los Angeles – California

June 22nd, 2017

Customers can relax on the semi-circular shaped bench below the tree and look up through the skylight, which offers glimpses of palm trees outside from some angles. “An interior garden contributes calm and brings a mannered sense of nature into the scene,” said the studio. “The tree is planted under a skylight that mirrors the turf/bench circle and filters sunshine into the space.”

Brick and Mortar Ventures Office by Blitz Architecture + Interiors, San Francisco – California

May 24th, 2017

Blitz was tasked with creating a clean and minimal look while conquering the challenge of maximizing the intimate space to fit a conference room, coffee bar, work stations and reception area.