New Fast Casual from the Brunellos, August 2015
Introducing Fire Oak & Barley, the new fast casual concept from the family that brought Le Boulanger to the Bay Area 35 years ago. The new concept will provide all day service of fare from the wood-fired oven in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
KDA Garden Party, July 2015
It was wonderful to have so many clients, consultants, fellow architects and friends all in one place for this year's garden party. The bees from Kahn Farms produced over three gallons of honey this year. The honey was the key ingredient in many of the dishes serviced and, as always, was featured in the specialty cocktails. This year's libations: a blueberry gin fizz and a watermelon margarita.
Artis Coffee, Hayes Valley, May 2015
We are happy to announce the opening of Artis Coffee Hayes Valley. The new tiny but mighty store is at 537 Octavia, providing delicious coffee custom roasted the customer's preference. This is the first of three new stores opening in S.F. this year. Look for stores coming soon to Fillmore and Castro Streets. More information and pictures on hoodline.
Fitness SF Market Square, October 2014
We're delighted to announce the opening of Fitness SF Market Square. The new high-end fitness center, part of the Twitter building, opened it's doors this week. The center features a virtual experience spinning room, yoga studio with "surround" lighting & sound systems, glass enclosed energy studio, climbing wall treadmill, and state-of -the-art equipment.
Santa Clara Town Center, October 2014
The newly renovated Santa Clara Town Centre is 95% complete and it looks like it will be a hit with the community, as the picture of folks lining up outside the new Habit Burger suggests. The design focused on creating a pedestrian-oriented and village-like atmosphere -- a big departure from the previous strip center design.
Join us at the Rockridge Out & About Festival this Sunday from noon - 6 p.m. Stop by the booth and say hi, play Jenga, and see our latest residential projects.
River Retreat 2014, September 2014
A fine time was had by all but the competition for the Regatta prizes was fierce. The task: teams were given one hour to design and build a boat to sail the fastest down the Russian River. The only materials allowed were wood laminate, beer cans and assorted goods from the local five and dime.