Principal Charles Hemminger - is a San Francisco based boutique Architectural firm, specializing in unique adaptive re-use projects of once Industrial properties throughout the Bay Area. A partial list of projects includes: The Heath Ceramics Complex San Francisco, completed in 2015, is a 60,000 sf mixed-use development combining ceramic production, art galleries and restaurants (Heath Ceramics, Blue Bottle Coffee, Tartine Bakery, The Boiler Room Gallery). The 3000-3030 20th Street Arts/Culinary complex, completed in 2012, is an adaptive re-use of a historic manufacturing facility, home to art galleries and restaurants (Central Kitchen, Salumeria, Trick Dog, Southern Exposure Gallery). The 1890 Bryant Arts Complex, is a 130,000 sf conversion of an industrial property to the largest working artist community in San Francisco, along with culinary production facilities for Tartine Bakery.
In addition to large and small scale adaptive re-use projects, Charles Hemminger, has been the Architect for many iconic restaurant projects throughout San Francisco. Working directly with celebrated chefs and restaurateurs, along with talented teams of Kitchen Designers, Consulting Engineers, Interior Designers and General Contractors. A partial list of projects include: Gabriella Camara’s Cala Restauarnt, Chad Robertson and Liz Prueitt’s Tartine Restaurants and Bakeries – The Manufactory, Paul Einbund’s The Morris, Azhar Hasheem’s Tawla, Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski’s State Bird Provisions and The Progress. Ne Timeas Restaurant Group/Chef Thomas McNaughton’s Flour and Water, Central Kitchen, Salumeria, Trick Dog Restaurant. Le Marais Bakery and Bistro Michelle Plozine 20th Century Café, and Dave Muller and Lana Porcelli’s much loved Outerlands.
2601 Mission St. – Suite 215
San Francisco, Ca. 94110