Commercial


Bay Club & Marina, Shelter Island, San Diego, CA

The exterior structure of this established upscale hotel and marina was redesigned to give it a more elegant and stylish look. The existing facade consisted entirely of weather-worn 40 year old wood shingles.[Point on second row left picture to view old facade.] The design divided the facade into two separate materials. The upper vertical face is a smooth stucco finish in three different blue tones. The lower portion is a composite shingle-mimicking slate. The divider horizontal band has indirect lighting strips to create a glow on the roof shingles.

New Ocean Beach Plaza, San Diego, CA

This new retail center is located on the corner of Cable Street and Santa Monica Avenue in the heart of Ocean Beach. With 10,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and office space including parking, it incorporates a versatile floor plan for a single tenant or up to nine separate lease spaces with store front pedestrian friendly access to all the suites. Outdoor sitting and dining areas will also be included along the frontage.

Harbor Point, 5055 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA

This two level office/retail building and mezzanine contains 15,000 square feet of interior space, not including the covered parking area. Requiring coastal and site development permits, the lower level has high ceiling retail space and covered parking in back of the site. The upper level is a public plaza with individual office suites accessed from the plaza and Bay views from the rear of the property on the mezzanine level. [Point on each picture for more views.]

In February 2011, Harbor Point was awarded the U.S. Green Building Council's GOLD Award for the building's core and shell and was verified by the Green Building Certification Institute. In September 2011, the Point Loma Association awarded its 2011 Community Beautification Award "to the Harbor Point Building for outstanding Architecture, Landscape and Signage."

Village Marine Building, San Diego, CA

This commercial structure on a small 5,000 square foot lot located on Shelter Island in Point Loma required coastal and site development permits. The first level is divided between retail/showroom and assembly/repair areas, while the upper level contains offices, a conference room, storage area and a small kitchen.

Peninsula Veterinary Clinic, San Diego, CA

This project, which required a conditional use and site development permit, was a complete remodel and addition to the existing old and lackluster structure.

Brigantine Restaurant, Del Mar, CA

The entry, restrooms, seating and bar areas were completely renovated. A new deck overlooking the Del Mar Racetrack was added including a trellis structure and operable windows.

Brigantine Restaurant, Escondido, CA

An addition of two seating areas, new bar and outdoor seating area revises the circulation throughout the restaurant.

Zocalo Grill in Old Town, San Diego, CA

A new outdoor eating area along with a spanish style roof was designed and added to the existing structure.

Sunglass Optical Warehouse Retail Outlet, La Jolla, CA

This project involved the overall improvement of tenant appearance including space planning and interior display design.

St. Charles Borromeo Church, San Diego, CA

This church project involved the relocation of the Blessed Sacrament repository from behind the main altar to its own location in a separate redesigned space to the right of the main sanctuary.

Scripps Pier, La Jolla, CA

This project involved a railing replacement around the entire perimeter of the famous Scripps Pier and along the shore side adjacent to the pier. The design concept of curved stainless steel posts came from the Scripps family vision of a ships hull. The Ipe wood cap and horizontal boards also contributed to this theme. [Point on the right picture for another view].

Floating Restroom, San Francisco, CA

This prototype floating restroom structure was designed for Bluewater Marine for use in the San Francisco Bay area. Outfitted with separate men and women bathrooms and showers, it is completely accessible for the disabled and includes a laundry facility. Shown here being prepared for shipment to San Francisco.