Belcampo is a vertically-integrated meat company that raises heritage breed poultry and livestock in northern California and sells through its restaurants and butcher shops throughout the state. In helping to launch the Belcampo brand through the design of its farm buildings and shops, BCV created environments that communicate the company’s mission to educate the consumer and provide the highest quality product. 


BCV designed the renowned Ferry Building marketplace in San Francisco, and was also the architect for several of the food vendors within. For Marin-based Cowgirl Creamery's 375 SF 'sidekick' shop, the design incorporated locally made tile from Heath Ceramics and reclaimed elm counters and eucalyptus walls crafted by Marin woodworker Evan Shively. The retail portion of Acme Bread's stall is anchored by a hand-carved marble counter, while visible production space beyond gives visitors a glimpse of the bakers' craft.


By breaking the mold in fast-casual dining, the award-winning Hudson Eats has played a major role in lower Manhattan’s rapidly growing food scene. A curated mix of creative food vendors and an elegant overarching design, with the Hudson River as its backdrop, distinguish the dining terrace as a unique culinary destination for the city.


A longtime Bay Area resident, restaurateur and tv personality Martin Yan has often spoken of having two homes - one deeply rooted in China and the other in San Francisco. In designing M.Y. China, Yan’s signature restaurant in downtown San Francisco, BCV took inspiration from Yan’s larger-than-life personality, his culinary experiences in the US and China, and a love of entertaining.