Directly next to the dining area is the dark kitchen, which has a custom island made with a metal base and a CoorItalia Calacatta marble top. Designed by Chris French, it’s meant to invite socializing.  Photo 9 of 13 in A San Francisco Design Collective Reveals its Impeccably Cool Creative Studio
Hollis explains that they use acrylic trays (like the ones shown here) for presentations, both internally or with clients. “They present actual material specifications and are typically organized by room. The materials are filed after presentations,” she says.  Photo 11 of 13 in A San Francisco Design Collective Reveals its Impeccably Cool Creative Studio
Hollis made sure to create areas where vendors, artists, and artisans can drop off their work or samples. Shown here is the materials library and high-top tables that provide storage and allow for casual, impromptu meetings.  Photo 10 of 13 in A San Francisco Design Collective Reveals its Impeccably Cool Creative Studio
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