Perbacco is a downtown San Francisco destination restaurant and bar, richly and minimally dressed for modern times.  The restaurant occupies 8,000 square feet of the 1912 Hind Building on California Street CCS Architecture set out to create a new classic for the Financial District—a place in sync with the neighborhood, yet offering a contemporary sense of openness and luxury.

The flavors of Northern Italy fill the space, emanating from the food, but also from the restaurant’s colors, materials and sophisticated attitude.

perbacco

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 8,000 sq ft New Restaurant

Completion: November 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Designer: Bryan Southwick

 

Consultants                

Lighting: Michael Webb/Revolver Design

Structural Engineer: Double D Engineering

Kitchen: Economy Restaurant Fixtures

Mechanical & Plumbing: Johnson Engineering

Electrical: Alliance Engineering

 

General Contractor: JME Construction

Photography: Eric Laignel

Perbacco is a downtown San Francisco destination restaurant and bar, richly and minimally dressed for modern times.  The restaurant occupies 8,000 square feet of the 1912 Hind Building on California Street CCS Architecture set out to create a new classic for the Financial District—a place in sync with the neighborhood, yet offering a contemporary sense of openness and luxury.

The flavors of Northern Italy fill the space, emanating from the food, but also from the restaurant’s colors, materials and sophisticated attitude.

perbacco

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 8,000 sq ft New Restaurant

Completion: November 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Designer: Bryan Southwick

 

Consultants                

Lighting: Michael Webb/Revolver Design

Structural Engineer: Double D Engineering

Kitchen: Economy Restaurant Fixtures

Mechanical & Plumbing: Johnson Engineering

Electrical: Alliance Engineering

 

General Contractor: JME Construction

Photography: Eric Laignel

Perbacco is a downtown San Francisco destination restaurant and bar, richly and minimally dressed for modern times.  The restaurant occupies 8,000 square feet of the 1912 Hind Building on California Street CCS Architecture set out to create a new classic for the Financial District—a place in sync with the neighborhood, yet offering a contemporary sense of openness and luxury.

The flavors of Northern Italy fill the space, emanating from the food, but also from the restaurant’s colors, materials and sophisticated attitude.

perbacco

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 8,000 sq ft New Restaurant

Completion: November 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Designer: Bryan Southwick

 

Consultants                

Lighting: Michael Webb/Revolver Design

Structural Engineer: Double D Engineering

Kitchen: Economy Restaurant Fixtures

Mechanical & Plumbing: Johnson Engineering

Electrical: Alliance Engineering

 

General Contractor: JME Construction

Photography: Eric Laignel

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perbacco

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 8,000 sq ft New Restaurant

Completion: November 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Designer: Bryan Southwick

 

Consultants                

Lighting: Michael Webb/Revolver Design

Structural Engineer: Double D Engineering

Kitchen: Economy Restaurant Fixtures

Mechanical & Plumbing: Johnson Engineering

Electrical: Alliance Engineering

 

General Contractor: JME Construction

Photography: Eric Laignel

Perbacco is a downtown San Francisco destination restaurant and bar, richly and minimally dressed for modern times.  The restaurant occupies 8,000 square feet of the 1912 Hind Building on California Street CCS Architecture set out to create a new classic for the Financial District—a place in sync with the neighborhood, yet offering a contemporary sense of openness and luxury.

The flavors of Northern Italy fill the space, emanating from the food, but also from the restaurant’s colors, materials and sophisticated attitude.

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