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Agora


Location/ Honolulu, Hawaii

Architect/ Atelier Bow-Wow

Built/ 2014

About/ Kaka’ako Agora is a park designed for 21st century Honolulu. It is the first project of it’s kind in Honolulu: An indoor pavilion designed by Atelier Bow-Wow to create a dynamic space for our local community. It is an architectural intervention, where forward thinking, collaborative design create a much needed, open and accessible community gathering space.


 
 
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Heath


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ Commune Design

Built/ 2012

About/ Heath Ceramics has been making tableware and tile in California since 1959. This is their new tile factory and showroom in San Francisco, California.


 
 
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Shed


Location/ Healdsburg, California

Architect/ Jensen Architects

Built/ 2013

About/ Shed Store and Cafe – A place to share food, stories and local knowledge, this modern interpretation of the traditional barn typology houses a market café, mercantile store, and meeting space. Sustainability is central to the design, which incorporates a resource efficient prefabricated metal structure, thermally efficient insulated metal panel cladding, and a naturally ventilated interior. Glazed garage doors on two levels open up the interior to the outdoors, connecting occupants to the street life in front, and to the restored creek-side riparian habitat along the building’s west facade.

Published/
Azure Magazine, July 2014
Conde Magazine, June 2014
New York Times, May 2014
Interior Design, December 2013
The Architects Newspaper, August 2013
World Architecture News, August 2013
Architectural Record, June 2013
Wallpaper*, June 2013

Awards/
Architect 2014 Annual Design Awards Citation Award for Play
2014 Architizer A+ Design Awards Retail Finalist
2014 MCHAP Nominee
2014 James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurant Award
2013 International Design Awards Honorable Mention
2013 Interior Design Best of Year Honoree Nominee


 
 
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Bouli Bar


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ KallosTurin

Built/ 2013

About/ Bouli Bar was opened in 2013 by Chef Amaryll Schwertner and business partner, Lori Regis, as a restaurant that also sells its ingredients for use in the home kitchen. Sighted at the main nave and south passageway in the Ferry Building Marketplace, Bouli Bar features custom-made oak tables, Hans J. Wegner chairs, and lighting by Tom Dixon.


 
 
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Goodby


San Francisco, California

Architect/ Jensen Architects

Built/ 2013

About/ In this project for advertising agency, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, two floors of a downtown office tower are stripped back to their core elements exposing the structural slab, steel framing, and mechanical systems. The core wall is wrapped with an acoustic assembly comprised of insulation, fabric, and vertical wood boards of varying depths providing both a visually undulating surface and sound dampening for the space. A series of “social condensers” are dispersed around the perimeter creating smaller neighborhoods within the otherwise open floor plan. The social condensers provide unique environments in which the employees can engage each other and the city beyond. A block of private offices is wrapped in glass, providing the necessary acoustic privacy while maintaining the openness and transparency of the overall space. The contrasting black & white palette is both neutral and dynamic – the white surfaces reflect light while the black surfaces frame and capture it.


 
 
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Farmshop


Location/ Larkspur, California

Architect/ Commune Design

Built/ 2013


 
 
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JMS


Location/ Oakland, California

Architect/ Envelope A+D

Built/ 2010


 
 
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Bar Agricole


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ Adlin Darling

Built/ 2010

Awards/ James Beard Award – Outstanding Restaurant Design 2011, Leed Gold Certified


 
 
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Golden Gate


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ Jensen Architects

Built/ 2012

About/ In honor of the 75th Anniversary of the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, a new Bridge Pavilion was built adjacent to the toll plaza. Designed in collaboration with Project Frog, the building is painted the famous International Orange color of the adjacent bridge and will serve as a vibrant hub for visitors. The program includes interpretative exhibits, an information center, and a retail store. The structure itself is an innovative pre-engineered green building kit comprised of standardized structural elements, wall panels, and glazing units. All components were fabricated off-site and quickly installed on-site in advance of the anniversary celebrations. The building carefully responds to the massing of other buildings on the historic site while standing on its own as a new civic amenity with its own strong identity.

Published/
Environmental Graphics Magazine, April 2013
Interior Design, July 2012
San Francisco Chronicle, May 2012
Architects Newspaper, May 2012


 
 
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SFMOMA


Location/ San Francisco, California

Architect/ Jensen Architects

Built/ 2010

About/ The SFMOMA’s rooftop garden is an open-air gallery defined by the intersection of sculpture, space and light. The entire back wall of the museum’s top floor is removed, allowing a seamless connection from gallery to garden. A large panoramic window at this new opening offers an elevated view to the garden, presenting it like a landscape painting inside the gallery. A glazed long-span bridge links the Museum to a garden pavilion that in turn opens out to the garden through large sliding glass panels. Surrounding the garden, lichen-covered lava-stone walls hide the city and frame the sky, providing an oasis for art in the midst of downtown San Francisco.

Awards/ AIA, National Honor Award for Architecture 2011


 
 
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Cite de l’Ocean et du Surf


Location/ Biarritz, France

Architect/ Steven Holl

Built/ 2012


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