Good Day, Sunshine!
There’s nothing finer than a day outdoors in our beautiful Bay Area. We are grateful for the opportunity to design wayfinding and placemaking programs for the parks and waterfronts that celebrate the natural beauty and stories of this region. A few of our favorites:
For 15 years we’ve helped make the Presidio more inviting through its wayfinding system. Most recently, we worked on the Presidio Tunnel Tops, which will connect Crissy Field to the rest of the Presidio, crossing over the Presidio Parkway tunnels that has separated the two for decades.
Crane Cove Park, in San Francisco’s historic Pier 70 shipbuilding district, incorporates industrial artifacts such as a ship slipway and two large cranes. We developed a signage and interpretive program that references the industrial context, including a hand-painted six-foot-tall park identification sign on historic Building 49.
Pier 27’s striking signage and identity design for the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal creates a distinguished landmark along the Embarcadero on San Francisco's north waterfront.
As part of the Palace of Fine Arts’ historic and seismic renovation, we designed a donor-recognition program, site wayfinding, and interpretive displays that illustrate the 1915 Pan Pacific International Exposition; architect Bernard Maybeck; and the ecological importance of the lagoon, a stopover for migrating birds on the Pacific Flyway.

From the Presidio to the San Mateo Shoreline, Golden Gate Park to the Blue Greenway, we have been privileged to help shape the Bay Area landscape for the benefit of our communitiesand visitors, too!