San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
Los Angeles architecture and construction firm Marmol Radziner announced a new office in San Francisco. A growing number of commercial and residential projects in Northern California, as well as increased interest in Marmol Radziner’s design philosophy and process, led the firm to establish a Bay Area location. The San Francisco Marmol Radziner office is located at 333 12th Street in the South of Market district central to downtown and other key neighborhoods.
Studio Director Jason Davis, FAIA, leads the San Francisco office, and will oversee projects in the Bay Area region. The firm’s Northern California client base includes private residences in the city, South Bay, wine country and Tahoe, as well as commercial projects, such as a winery in Napa and the new Oliver Peoples boutique in downtown San Francisco (opening this spring).
Marmol Radziner’s distinctive modern design sensibility is deeply rooted in an appreciation for proportion, light and materiality, whose beauty lies partly in the expression of materials and construction methods. The firm emphasizes a strong relationship of indoor and outdoor spaces. In each case, a singular vision unites the building, landscape and furnishings with a shared design philosophy and language.
The firm’s award-winning in-house landscape design expertise allows the architects to integrate the design of the indoor and outdoor environments. In the same way, the firm’s own team of craftsmen gives rise to furniture designed and handcrafted by the architects, as part of the overall design vision.
“We’re excited to bring our design sensibility to Northern California with the opening of a San Francisco office,” says Marmol Radziner Managing Principal Leo Marmol. “The increasing interest in our design approach is a testament to an audience that is responding to our firm’s interpretation of California modernism.”
About Marmol Radziner:
Established in 1989 by Leo Marmol, FAIA and Ron Radziner, FAIA, Marmol Radziner is an award-winning Los Angeles-based architecture and construction design-build firm that integrates architectural design with a full range of construction services, including programming, master planning, historic restoration, landscape design, interior design and furniture design.
Projects range from high-end residential architecture for clients such as Tom Ford, former creative director of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, to community-related civic buildings, as well as award-winning historic restorations such as Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House in Palm Springs. The firm’s work has been featured in "The New York Times Sunday Magazine", "Architectural Digest", "Architectural Record", "Wallpaper", and "Dwell".
The firm was named by Architectural Digest to the prestigious AD100 for 2014, 2012 and 2010. In 2009, the principals were inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame. In 2004, the American Institute of Architects, California Council awarded Marmol Radziner the “Firm of the Year” award. Visit http://www.marmol-radziner.com.