|New San Fancisco Showroom
SAN FRANCISCO, CA September 15, 2008 After 13 enjoyable years at 272 Main Street, Resource and Design had to vacate its space so that its old location can play a role in San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal Project. What better place to relocate other than the historic Jackson Square neighborhood! Jackson Square is home to many architectural, design, art, antique and advertising firms.
“The corner ground floor space in the heart of Jackson Square is an ideal spot for our furniture dealership” said Kathryn, president of Resource and Design. The space was raw and had never been lived in. The new showroom was designed by Huntsman Architectural Group. Many of our RDI staff was able to participate in the planning, building and furnishing of the new space. “It gives our staff a sense of pride and ownership to be involved in bringing the showroom to fruition,” says Kalee, Director of Services.
The newly built 8,500 square foot showroom boasts eight foot windows along the showroom’s north and east sides. Fifteen foot exposed beam ceilings dramatically accent the front portion of the showroom and follow the window line. The conference room is topped by a floating ceiling and features eleven foot doors of wood and glass. New products will be elevated on display boxes at the windows visible to passers-by. Situated in the back, the office features open furniture systems to encourage communication and collaboration. Various furniture models and options are showcased throughout the office.
We are excited about our new showroom and encourage our clients and business partners to visit our new space. We hope to see you soon!