We are fortunate to have a deep pool of talented designers, makers and artists in our Bay Area Made community, whose creations adorn a variety of environments. Here is Part 4 of a selection of recent projects showcasing their work.
On the left, a custom walnut bookshelf and side table by OJA Design in a beautiful home in the SF Mission District designed by Studio Plow. And on the right, walnut and brass counter stools at Sweet July, Ayesha Curry’s café and retail space in Oakland, designed by Form + Field.
The Charles de Lisle designed Claude Pin Up Wall Lamp from Phoenix Day seamlessly integrates into this headboard for this Nicole Hollis designed project. Creative vision meets flawless application. Photo by Josephine Liu.
Archways is a new collection from Yvonne Mouser that includes dining chairs, a dining table, and armchairs designed and built for Villa San Francisco, a new French Artist Residency. Simplified curves take their initial inspiration from classic arches from Versailles to the Arc du Triomphe and objects like a humble croissant, cafe furniture and designs by Charlotte Perriand. Villa SF interior design by Studio Mortazavi. Photographed by Leslie Williamson.
Jason Lees Design
For this serene, light-filled San Francisco home designed by Gamble + Design and informed by the visual language of Japan, Jason Lees Design created a custom rectilinear whitewashed ash dining table (top) and a media cabinet with shaped recessed door pulls (bottom). Dining chairs by Munson Furniture. Photos by Suzanna Scott.
The clean minimalist lines of Platform Series sofas, ottomans, and coffee tables by Model No. look right at home in this stunning modern residence. Sustainably made luxury for a healthy home and planet.
Galanter & Jones
A pair of heated orange Evia Lounges by Galanter & Jones create a warm and welcoming outdoor space during golden hour in this San Francisco residence designed by Urbanism Designs + Terremoto Landscape + Klopf Architecture. Beam fire feature by MANOS by Concreteworks. Photo by Mariko Reed.
MANOS by Concreteworks
Deep states of relaxation in these beautiful spaces from MANOS by Concreteworks. On the left, soak in the ocean view in their Mar Tub. And on the right, their sculptural Soma Stones provide seating in this Japanese-inspired landscape.
A lush new living wall by Habitat Horticulture outside of Philz Coffee in Menlo Park. Photo by Garry Belinsky.
Image at top of page: For this serene, light-filled San Francisco home designed by Gamble + Design and informed by the visual language of Japan, Jason Lees Design created a custom rectilinear whitewashed ash dining table. Dining chairs by Munson Furniture. Photo by Suzanna Scott.
View Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3 of the “Inside Stories” series.