Creating a series of neighborhoods that target consumers by specific zones, Orchard Supply created a Zen-like shopping environment by stripping away the unnecessary. Zones were created and reinforced through decor, color blocking, finishes, and clusters of fixtures. The Outdoors Zone, for [...]
Hayashida Architects worked with the Berkeley Landmark Commission, the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association, and with the Japanese community locally and from abroad, to convert a historic Art Deco building, originally a car dealership owned by the same owner of the famous racehorse [...]
Man’s architectural baby born decades after conception; multipurpose facility housed in former Berkeley car dealership
By Kristin Bender, STAFF WRITER
January 16, 2007
BERKELEY — It took 40 years, but Sady Hayashida finally saw his dream come true when a Buddhist [...]
By Willie MonroeFeb. 19 – KGO – On this day in 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, and sent 120,000 Japanese Americans to internment camps. A man born in one of those camps celebrates his dream of a lifetime.
Sady Hayashida is one of the handful [...]
Sady Hayashida, designer of the Berkeley Jodo Shinshu Center, on the Japanese-American internment camps and the idea of non-attachment
David Ian Miller
Monday, January 29, 2007
One of the central tenets of Buddhism is non-attachment — the idea that we live in a world of [...]
Hayashida Architects collaborated with Engstrom Design Group on the design of the Vert, a brasserie style eatery in the new Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex. This 168 seat brasserie boasts A-list Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck.
By Allyce Bess, Business Times Staff Writer
Sunday, August 8, 1999, 9:00pm PDT
When Sady Hayashida was a boy playing with Legos, building model airplanes, and excelling in elementary school art classes, his father told him he should be an architect, not an artist, so he could [...]