Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

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.

Canopy Coworking Space by Yves Béhar and Amir Mortazavi , San Francisco – California

May 18th, 2017

Delivering an elevated design aesthetic, a sophisticated membership program, and a concierge-style amenities program, CANOPY’s first location is now open on bustling Fillmore Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood.

Alexandria Real Estate offices by M Moser Associates, San Francisco – California

May 15th, 2017

A mix of collaborative settings – fireplace lounge, library, café – were reinterpreted from residential space types. A layered arrival and entry experience reflects their brand and creates a welcoming area that didn’t exist before.

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.

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.

Barry’s Bootcamp by MSA, San Francisco – California

December 1st, 2016

Barry’s Bootcamp by MSA, San Francisco – California

MedHelp Offices by A Design Lifestyle, San Francisco – California

October 11th, 2016

The existing interior architecture features original brick walls, an abundance of natural light through tall windows and skylights, and exposed structural beams and columns. The client wanted a timeless look that complimented the industrial structure and inspired staff and clients.

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

October 5th, 2016

As for members of the Aidlin Darling team, In Situ struck a personal chord. Darling says he has “always felt a fascination with food and art, particularly their intrinsic connection to place and culture.”

Whil headquarters HGA Architects and Engineers, San Francisco – California

September 13th, 2016

Skylights were cut into the ceiling to increase the amount of natural light and collaboration furniture was incorporated throughout the space to promote a feeling of connectedness and comfort.

Stafford House Offices by NicholsBooth Architects, San Francisco – California

September 2nd, 2016

NicholsBooth worked alongside a UK-based design and branding agency, to create this space that features a communal area that encourages students to interact and practice their English, while the floorplan minimizes circulation space, with all the classrooms opening onto the large gathering area.

H2O Plus headquarters by HGA Architects and Engineers, San Francisco – California

July 14th, 2016

It was important to H2O Plus to have a comfortable, home-like space so HGA incorporated informal seating areas, a large, open kitchen with bar, table and booth seating into the space while still keeping the office professional and effective.

Neustar offie by STUDIOS Architecture, San Francisco – California

June 16th, 2016

An anodized aluminum art piece serves as a scrim between stacked conference rooms and the stair, allowing for a sense of privacy without blocking views in or out.

A.P.C. store by Laurent Deroo, San Francisco – California

May 16th, 2016

Narrow, deep, and as said, with high ceilings, the space was stripped of anything ornate to show off the dimensions in their purest form. Playing on this depth, a number of presentation alcoves counter the corridor effect, while also highlighting items from the collection.

Dior flagship store by Peter Marino, San Francisco – California

April 21st, 2016

The ground floor is dedicated to a mix of merchandise across all categories, including handbags and accessories, and there’s also a salon for fine jewellery and watches. One floor up, along a dramatic staircase embedded in a huge video wall, Dior’s ready-to-wear collections are presented.

Axiom hotel by Stonehill & Taylor, San Francisco – California

April 7th, 2016

The lobby comprises of a series of linked rooms where bites and drinks are served, generates a lively social buzz.

Everlane showroom by Brook&Lyn, San Francisco – California

March 31st, 2016

Wood and leather wrapped case goods, designed with skewed proportions to maximize surface area, function as both display surfaces, storage and seating for trying on shoes.