EDG helms SF’s Stanford Court’s $16M reboot reflecting Bay Area technology startups

For the reboot, EDG will be guided by the design concept of “where tomorrow meets yesterday.”

On top of San Francisco’s Nob Hill, Stanford Court started a $16 million property-wide reboot that includes the porte-cochere, lobby, café and bar, guestrooms, fitness center and meeting spaces. The multi-phase redesign is expected to conclude in spring 2018.

To incorporate the new design elements and communal working spaces reflective of Bay Area technology startups, Stanford Court is working with hospitality and commercial interior architecture and design firm EDG. The design concept will reportedly be guided by the design concept of “where tomorrow meets yesterday.”

Upon completion, Stanford Court will integrate Nob Hill’s history with the tech-focused spirit of San Francisco. EDG will also give nods to the historic Nob Hill—the former home of San Francisco tycoon and philanthropist Leland Stanford—with the addition of video, music, sculpture and photography that pay homage the city’s history.


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