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Brennan’s Sports Bar

As part of a two acre mixed use development, Hayashida Architects was hired to relocate this Berkeley Institution into the former Southern Pacific Depot, a designated Historic landmark with it’s own share of Berkeley history.

Our team worked closely with the developer, the contractor, [...]

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Hayashida Architects was asked to create an East-West aesthetic for an Asian Fusion restaurant concept. This former train station had a main room with high coffered ceilings and beautiful wood paneling, surrounded by a loggia of arched openings. Hayashida Architects used these features to [...]

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Barley & Hopps

This corner of San Mateo’s Redevelopment Area was formally several different retail and service facilities. Beauty Salon, Pharmacy, small offices and others were housed in this historic building located on 3rd St.

The client had other restaurants in the Bay Area and wanted one that [...]

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Sonoma Valley Bagel

As the design of this store progressed, Hayashida -Architects were faced with the challenge of conveying the clients identity while preserving the unique architectural features of this historic building. Cathedral ceilings, exposed brick, and wood sash windows are a few of the distinguishing [...]

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Cranston Property

The owner of this badly deteriorating building had an opportunity to receive grant money from the City of San Bruno for complete renovation of the exterior elevations. Our first design detailed a new aluminum storefront system and articulated stucco above the glass line to the top of [...]

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See’s Candies

Over the years, our firm has designed 15 See’s Candies locations. This storefront improvement is located in the historic Flat Iron Building, built in the late 1920s.  Utilizing CADD and our design team’s rendering capabilities, we demonstrated to both our client and the City of San Francisco [...]

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Jodo Shinshu Center

This historic Art Deco building was originally a car franchise once owned by the same man who owned the legendary racehorse, Seabiscuit. The challenge was to incorporate the headquarters of a national Japanese Buddhist organization into a former car showroom and repair shop. Hayashida [...]

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The Tusker building located at 3640 Buchanan Street is a well-known example of Queen Anne Architecture. Built in 1893, the building originally housed the San Francisco Gas & Light Company. Having survived both the 1906 earthquake and the 1989 Loma Prieta, this building is a treasured San [...]

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