San Francisco is a city of diversity, creativity, and innovation. This Silicon Valley Magazine
anchored multi-concept retail space bolsters this reputation with an exciting variety of news, gifts,
snacks, candy and luxury cosmetics. This concept provides a completely new experience while
still offering brands and products shoppers love. Design highlights include back-loaded coolers
with sustainably packaged items so that the restocking process is hidden from sight. Another
innovation is the Bevi water cooler H2O station which allows travelers to select a reusable water
bottle and choose from a variety of water options. Te Beauty Studio by Jellysmack is thoughtfully
integrated between the beauty concepts and Natalie’s Candy Jar and will serve as an interactive
beauty education tool.
The open, inviting storefront features openings on two elevations giving customers a
expansive view of the interior from the adjacent hold room and the people mover. Once on the
people mover, open views to the interior create visual interest. The news and gift entrance is placed
at the end of the people mover so that travelers don’t need to backtrack in order to enter the space.
Large , ADA compliant walkways in the front-of-house offer ample space for passengers with
Silicon Valley Magazine multi-concept will feature a design and material palette that will
evoke modern luxury. Traditionally luxurious finishes, such as marble, bronze and hardwood
are given a contemporary aesthetic with thoughtful accent lighting and geometric shapes.
Other accents include thoughtful cove lighting, under counter lighting, and recessed spots to
highlight products, signage and focal points.
This project will adhere to SFO’s sustainability guidelines with the inclusion of materials
with high recycled content, local and/or sustainably-harvested materials, very low or no VOC
paints and stains, daylight and energy-efficient lighting systems and controls, highly efficient
HVAC systems and energy star rated equipment.
Complimenting the top-quality merchandise, the sophisticated blending of luminous
stone, lighting accents, and warm metals work together to create a contemporary space that
entice the eye and welcome the traveler.
Winning proposal for SFO T3
multi concept retail