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HYPEBEAST Spaces: Chrome Industries HQ in San Francisco

EditorialComments ⋅ 10 days ago
The location for Chrome’s hub is ideal with San Francisco’s rife cycling culture. Located on Valencia Street within the Mission District, the store utilizes every square foot of space available. The company prides itself on functionality...

Peter’s House by Craig Steely Architecture

DesignComments ⋅ Mar 6, 2014
Overlooking San Francisco’s Dolores Park – and located on a steep site as it borders a beautiful public garden – is “Peter’s House,” an 1,800-square-foot home from SF-based Craig Steely Architecture. Efficiently bu...

Nike Launches the “Air Max Hunt” on May 23 in San Francisco and New York

StyleComments ⋅ May 21, 2013
Nike gears up for summer with a campaign involving some reinterpreted Engineered Mesh Air Max styles as part of its limited-edition Sunset pack. To add to the excitement and set fans on a literal run for their dollars, Nike will be introducing them a...

Inside Twitter’s New San Francisco Headquarters

DesignComments ⋅ Jun 23, 2012
Photographer Troy Holden was invited inside the newly inhabited Twitter offices in the Mid-Market neighborhood of San Francisco. Spread out across three floors of the building, luxury amenities include a yoga studio, rooftop garden, arcade and micro-...

San Francisco: The Miniature City

CultureComments ⋅ Sep 30, 2010
San Francisco: The Miniature City is a special look into one America’s most interesting cities. Post-processed to create the tilt-shift or “miniature” effect, the tour of San Francisco uncovers many of the West Coast city’...

BEAMS PLUS x San Francisco Hat Company Panama Hat

UncategorizedComments ⋅ May 7, 2010
BEAMS’ in-house label BEAMS PLUS showcase an upcoming collection of hats created in conjunction with California-based hat purveyors, the San Francisco Hat Company. Three different models are all based on the Panama hat with unseen technical...

Jasper Wong x YBCA Poster Project

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Sep 25, 2009
The always bold, never boring Jasper Wong joined forces with San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and Volume in a large-scale poster-project. The poster project developed into a city-wide campaign as Jasper Wong was given free-re...