- Single Family
- Additional Dwelling Units
The Epicurean Trader - Ferry Building San Francisco, Ca.
The Epicurean Trader - Union St San Francisco, Ca.
1064 Dolores, ADU San Francisco, Ca.
Restoration Hardware, Pier 70, San Francisco, Ca.
Strohmeiers Auto Center, Ukiah, Ca.
San Francsico Christian School, San Francisco, Ca.
Calvary Baptist, San Francisco, Ca.
Restoration Hardware Hardware, Melrose Ave, LA, Ca. (at AMA)
Restoration Hardware, Modern Gallery, LA, Ca. (at AMA)
Restoration Hardware, Ma(i)sonry, Yountville, Ca. (at AMA)
Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, Houston, TX. (at AMA)
Dwight St Residence, San Francisco, Ca. (at AMA)
Santa Rosa Fire Rebuild, Three Residences. (at AMA)
Veritas Investments, Various ADU Project (at AMA)
Energy Lab, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, HI. (at FAI)
Rochester Elementary School, Rochester, MA. (at FAI)
Center for Learning Innovation, Lakeland Community College, Kirkland, OH. (at FAI)
Foust Architecture has worked with Bay Area based Restoration Hardware for over 10 years. Partnering with them on their latest gallery, the Historic Steel Building, located in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. Foust Architecture provided services during construction to help RH manage design changes. Developing drawings for the stone cladding in the cafe and wine bars, the fountains in the entry lobby, the open railings in the stairways, as well as many other beautiful and historic details throughout the building.
The Epicurean Trader
Foust Architecture has partnered with San francisco based The Epicurean Trader to expand their stores in San Francisco. The first store was located in San Francisco's historic ferry building. The second store was an expansion of their existing store on Union St in Cow Hollow.
To address San Francisco's housing crisis, many landlords are upgrading their existing apartment units to add bedrooms or update the layout to a more modern use. Through good design many outdated units are being transformed into better spaces for tenants and adding value to landlords.
On The Boards
Here is a preview of future projects from Foust Architecture