In collaboration with David Baker & Assoc., Pseudo Studio designed and built Huckleberry Bikes, a contemporary, full-service bike shop in downtown San Francisco. This project included furnishings design, fabrication advising, and the use of sustainably sourced materials.
Working with museum exhibition designer Maria Mortati, Pseudo Studio co-designed and built several projects at the Walker Art Center. Below, images from the Field Lab Cart.
A review from the Walker's blog describes the project best: "The new Mobile Cart is just right for summer in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden... Like our visitors, the Mobile Cart has a purpose for being outside. Designed for pop-up outdoor activities, the handsome and nimble cart... has a casual feel, like a food cart... The Mobile Cart is a magnet for visitors desiring more interaction with art and ideas."
Pseudo Studio designed and built an event space and tasting room for Four Barrel Coffee, a modern coffee roastery company with cafés in San Francisco. Working in collaboration with designer Alex Palecko, we used redwood lath, hickory cabinets and vintage/period marmoleum flooring to create the warm, modern interior of this space.
Working in collaboration with Museum Exhibit Designer Maria Mortati, we developed, built and installed a new exhibition for the Main Gallery at the Children's Creativity Museum.
Located in the Ferry Building in San Francisco, Pseudo Studio designed and built the interiors of Richutti Chocolates, a modern, gourmet chocolate shop. The project aslo included specialty temperature regulation cases, custom mobile displays, and lighting systems.
For The Mill, a popular café in central San Francisco, Pseudo Studio provided construction design oversight (advising and project coordination), and the fabrication of various interior and exterior furnishings.
Working in collaboration with designer Andrea Faucett, Pseudo Studio was responsible for the fabrication, installation and contractor coordination for this retail tea shop and café. Now closed, Yelp reviewers had this to say: "A true gem of tranquil lounging tucked in a quiet tree-lined street. Sit, steep, and sip while listening to meditative soundtracks. Every town should have a place like this."
DJ Shadow, a prominent figure in the development of hip hop, is a music producer and instrumental DJ. Pseudo Studio has worked on a number of projects for him. Shown here is a new modular, stage and project sphere for his worldwide tour “ShadowSphere.” Produced in collaboration with set designer Arthur Wilinksi, the sphere is made from milled birch ply, welded steel frame, and luan paneling.
Custom retail props, signage, for Antlre Creative, a SF based retail environiments company who works companies such as with Levi’s, The Gap, Crumper, , etc.
Al Jezeera: Fabrication and installation logistics for their new SF studio stage. This dimmable component… including background features (backlit billboard, etc.)