1997 - 2017

We opened our doors in San Francisco in 1997 with the mission of creating beautifully crafted environments for our clients. We’re now celebrating 20 years and a collection of award-winning projects ranging from marketplaces to restaurants, wineries to single-family residences. 

We’ve also expanded, opening a New York office that allows us to continue to evolve and realize successful projects for our clients on the East Coast. Scroll down to learn more about a selection of our work over the last 20 years.

 

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1999 BROADWAY POINTE

BCV was deeply involved with the creation of a pedestrian friendly downtown for Walnut Creek in the late 1990s and early 2000s. These projects, including Broadway Pointe, involved the integration of large infill areas within the existing urban fabric

2001 SONOMA RESIDENCE

Sonoma Residence is arranged in a cluster of buildings encircling a central courtyard used for large family gatherings. Simple vernacular elements of the farmhouse include milk-painted wood siding, wide-plank wood flooring, wraparound covered porches and a large country kitchen with wood-fired cooking and open pantry.

2003 THE FERRY BUILDING MARKETPLACE

The landmark Ferry Building Marketplace project created a new culinary hub for the city and has gone on to become one of the most visited food and culinary destinations in the world. BCV also provided design services for many of the tenants within, including Acme Bread Co., Cowgirl Creamery, Hog Island Oyster, Gott's Roadside and Ferry Plaza Seafood.

2004 PENINSULA HOUSE

Located in Portola Valley, Peninsula House responds to its dramatic setting, framing views of nearby Windy Hill and creating protected interior courtyards.

2005 TREASURE ISLAND MASTER PLAN

BCV was part of a diverse team of architects, engineers and other consultants that developed an award-winning, ecologically sensitive master plan for Treasure Island in the San Francisco bay. 

2006 CAKEBREAD CELLARS EAST ADDITION

BCV and Don Brandenburger created a 10,000 SF addition to the existing Cakebread Cellars winery in Rutherford, blending new production and hospitality environments with the 43,000 SF main building.

2008 OXBOW PUBLIC MARKET + SLOW FOOD NATION

Oxbow Public Market opened in downtown Napa in 2008, creating a new destination for the local community and Napa wine region. BCV designed the market hall along with several of its tenants, including a new location for Hog Island Oyster Co. and Pica Pica arepa kitchen. Later that year, we helped master plan Slow Food Nation in San Francisco, the first-ever American collaborative gathering to unite the growing sustainable food movement.

2011 NAPA FARMS MARKET + THE GOOD FOOD AWARDS

The award-winning Napa Farms Market brought a creative mix of regional food offerings to SFO in 2011, and has since become a go-to destination for hungry travelers and new model of compact, versatile food hall. Working with local nonprofit Seedling Projects, BCV conceptualized the look and feel of the inaugural Good Food Awards ceremony and marketplace, honoring emerging producers in categories ranging from charcuterie to spirits.

2012 BELCAMPO FARMS + BUTCHER SHOP

BCV designed the farm headquarters of the sustainable meat company Belcampo, and the first of several BCV-designed butcher shops and restaurants opened at Marin Country Mart.

2013 THE CROW'S NEST RESIDENCE

Located at Sugar Bowl ski resort, The Crow's Nest Residence was designed to take full advantage of its site and the drama of the surrounding landscape.

2014 HUDSON EATS

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.

2015 JOSEPH PHELPS VINEYARDS

When it opened in mid-2015, California Home + Design noted that the new, light-filled guest center at Joseph Phelps Vineyards "resounds with the reputation of Joseph Phelps wines: World-class but purely California, transparent in expression and one with nature."

2016 COWGIRL CREAMERY RENOVATION

The renovation of Cowgirl Creamery's existing retail shop at the Ferry Building created a refreshed look and feel for the space, while streamlining customer flow at one of the marketplace's busiest locations.

2017 GOTT'S ROADSIDE EXPANSION

BCV is currently working with Gott's Roadside on two new restaurant locations, in Marin and Walnut Creek.